Unlock the value from crop-residue & fast-renewables

Using crop residue and fast renewable resources in our biocomposites provide you with one of the most sustainable, scalable and affordable alternative to plastics. There is plenty available, that are harvested once every 6 months to 6 years.

We use a wide range of fast-renewables in our biocomposites

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Bamboo

Bamboo is considered one of the most sustainable plant, with its strength compared to steel. It grows faster and sequesters 35% more CO2 than any other plant species.

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Rice Husk & Straw

The ratio of rice-residue to rice-grain is 3:1 for each harvest. Rice-residue is usually discarded or burnt. By using rice husk in our biocomposites we create additional value to farmers.

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Coffee Husk

Coffee is one of the most consumed beverages globally with many associated benefits. Using coffee husk in your products results in great consumer experience.

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Bamboo

Industries using wood as primary material produce huge waste in the form of chips and sawdust – usually discarded or burnt. Using this will not result in deforestation.

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Starch

With starch, you can have very high renewable content and provides you freedom to make products with white and vibrant colors, that may not be possible with lignocellulosic fibers.

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Coir

India is one of the largest producer of coir globally. 20% of the coir fibers are discarded or burnt as they are not suitable for coir products. They are great input to our biocomposites.

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Inspired by nature, benefits of crop-residue and fast-renewables are many

Speak to our experts, let’s build a sustainable future together

We can convert most lignocellulosic renewable materials into useful biocomposites. We have helped customers unlock the value from spent barley, almond shells, pine needles and orange peels to name a few. If you are looking for making using products from the crop-residue that has little or no value at your farm or factory, contact us.

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