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Vegan leather made from apple waste is recyclable and biodegradable; produces 85% less CO2, uses 99% less water than leather; for sustainable textiles and fashion.

Backed by €30m funding and orders from global brands, Finnish cleantech will build flagship factory to scale production of regenerated biodegradable microplastic-free textile fibers.

MIWA expands eco-friendly smart vending services in Europe and the US, convenient pre-order and e-payment app for merchants and consumers to get real-time product information.

Refurbed will expand Amazon-style refurbished electronics marketplace, with carbon-neutral plan to cut CO2 emissions and plant 1m trees in at-risk biodiversity hotspots worldwide.

Stylish garments created using materials technology, which can expand across seven sizes and last for years, offering a sustainable alternative to the heavy-polluting fashion industry.

Compostable and edible seaweed-based packaging in a flexible product for many uses to replace polluting plastic, winning accolades from WIRED, Fortune and TIME.

Bygen’s energy-efficient process for manufacturing activated carbon helps agribusinesses turn their biomass waste into a valuable industrial commodity.

WWF-backed biotech Oceanium has developed a biorefinery that transforms seaweed into alt-proteins and compostable packaging that will soon be launched commercially.

MIT Media Lab spin-off Graviky Labs turns air pollution into carbon-negative inks with diverse applications, from industrial printing to marker pens.

Cleantech to remove and convert biomass into stable, sustainable biochar, drawing down carbon for thousands of years.

With a 55-tone capacity to produce fungi-based proteins annually, Mycorena’s Gothenburg facility will showcase its mycoprotein R&D and spur commercial expansion across Europe.

Organic waste-management circular tech producing raw bioplastic for versatile processing uses via its automated waste-processing hardware with garbage-eating cultivated bacteria. 

Oimo’s bioplastic products degrade in water within a month and are compatible with existing manufacturing machinery, allowing rapid replacement of single-use plastics.  

B2B asset reuse marketplace for local lending, exchange or sales, with the SaaS platform doubling up as company equipment register, while rewarding employee participation.

The first in Asia and third in the world to create alternative protein from methane, offering a cost-effective, circular economy solution, producing high-protein animal feed.

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