WE TURN CARBON EMISSIONS INTO NATURAL BIOPOLYMERS
As the world faces the crises of climate change from anthropogenic CO2 emissions and plastic pollution into our environment, harming human health and wildlife, CO2BioClean has developed a technology which addresses both of these challenges simultaneously.
The CO2BioClean patented fermentation process uses industrial CO2 emissions to produce biodegradable and compostable polymers which can then be used in the production (for example) of bioplastics and textiles. CO2 is captured at source from industrial facilities and transformed through fermentation into fully biodegradable PolyHydroxyAlkanoates (PHA).
By rapidly scaling up this technology, our aim is to contribute towards a carbon neutral planet while reducing the impact of non-biodegradable plastics on our environment.
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At CO2BioClean, we believe that we can
play our part in helping reduce the impact
of industrial emissions on the climate.
Made in CO2
CO2BioClean produces biopolymers
from the emissions of industrial processes
that can be transformed into a material
suitable for a wide range of biodegradable
and compostable consumer-facing
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CO2BioClean GmbH is pleased to announce that the company has closed its first investment round.
Founded in 2019 by Dr. Fabiana Fantinel and Dr. Alessandro Carfagnini, CO2BioClean is an innovative start-up based in Eschborn, Germany, developing a fermentation process that converts carbon dioxide into biodegradable polymers.
At CO2BioClean, we believe that we can play our part in helping reduce the impact of industrial emissions on the climate, whilst simultaneously producing valuable biopolymers that themselves have a positive climate and environmental impact through their inherent characteristics of compostability and biodegradability.
Through an advanced and proprietary process based on fermentation, the gas becomes biopolymers (PHA) that can be used to make biopolymers for consumer markets.
Our fermentation units are installed alongside industrial structures and cause no change to the processes themselves, capturing emissions at the end of a pipe.