3D PRINTING • COATINGS • CONSTRUCTION • INDUSTRIAL BIOTECHNOLOGY • NANO-MATERIALS • METALS • PLASTICS • POLYMERS • STEEL • TEXTILES
provides co-innovative 3D printing that uses wood waste and circular design
We reinvent 3D printing in a sustainable way by making it possible to print from wood waste (sawdust). Combining sawdust with non-toxic binders makes it possible to print complicated wooden objects faster and easier, saving money, resources and the environment.Go to website
develops novel water-soluble and edible packaging materials.
Our biopolymer film materials are plant-based, water-soluble, edible and eco-friendly. Such materials can be used for a wide range of applications from food and pharmaceuticals to home and personal care.Go to website
creates tailor-made, affordable & sustainable 3D homes.
We produce houses automatically using large scale 3D construction printers and environmentally friendly concrete. Our customers get a well-designed, customised house at 25% lower cost.Go to website
High-capacity, continuous and easily scalable custom nanofiber manufacturing, up to 20 times faster than electrospinning.
Gelatex has invented the fastest, safest, and up to 100 times cheaper bio-based nanofiber production technology for applications like cultured meat, leather-like textile, wound care, energy storage, and bio-based filtration materials.Go to website
is an eco-innovation startup from Estonia who produces reed straws and develops novel reed-based material to replace single-use plastics.
Our straws are made exclusively from reed and are reusable and biodegradable. We are here to help solve our planet-wide plastic waste problem in harmony with nature.Go to website
produces a variety of graphitic materials and synthesizes metal nanoparticle modified catalysts out of secondary raw materials.
Our game-changing production processes recycles waste materials such as wood chips, black liquor, lignin and CO2.Go to website
helps cosmetic producers make natural products by providing redcolorant extracted from red seaweed.
Our marine algae based natural red colorant is healthy and has potentially skin rejuvenating properties. We are one of two companies who are allowed to harvest this unique seaweed in Estonia.Go to website
Woola uses waste wool to replace bubble wrap.
We take material that otherwise gets thrown away – waste wool – and turn it into a more planet-friendly alternative for packing fragile stuff safely. Wool is naturally high-tech and compostable fiber. Its natural elasticity, water repellency, and resistance to temperature extremes make wool a perfect material for packing items that need extra cushioning.Go to website