The package problem
Plastic is polluting the environment and poisoning us. It is one of the major problems humanity is facing today.
Simply put, plastic has failed as a disposable packaging material because it's not disposable.
Plastics have an extremely low recycling rate, causing high persistence in the environment and human bodies.
As a result, microplastics can be found in the tissue of every living organism on earth.
Research shows that an average person consumes up to 5 grams of microplastics every week!
We create new material.
Through our innovative interdisciplinary approach, we've developed a circular economy model that leverages organic industrial waste as a nutrient source for cultivating fungi.
Our scalable solutions result in the production of high-quality, sustainable materials that can meet the packaging needs of any industry.
First, we grow fungi on industrial organic waste
Then we turn them into high-value biomaterials
Finally, we make drop-in solutions that can be used in existing machinery
We provide the Packaging Industry with what it’s lacking
Efficiency & Scale
Our technology uses fungi, an incredibly fast-growing organism, available all year round and adaptable to all climates. These qualities allow us to set up local manufacturing and scale rapidly.
Our process converts "useless" difficult-to-treat waste streams into valuable raw materials.
MadeRight's solution implement ubiquitous materials available from diverse sources, minimising the need to transport raw materials and thus reducing carbon emissions.
MadeRight helps customers create durable packaging with a long shelf life.
Cost Effective Alternative
MadeRight materials rival conventional plastic and enable the industry’s shift to sustainable packaging without compromising profitability.
Long Story Short...
Across the world, at the end of each day, hundreds of millions of people gather their plastic waste and burn it. Nobody comes to pick up the plastic waste, and even in countries that do, most of it still gets burned. Why? because plastic isn't recyclable with high efficiency. We realized that after its use, plastic is a pollutant waste, by just getting stuck in nature or landfills.
Usually, waste is a sign of an inefficient system, and we believe that to maintain our plant, we have to produce sustainable materials efficiently.
We believe fungi are the cutting-edge biotechnological factories of the future. So we created MadeRight out of the vision that we can produce sustainable novel biomaterials by harnessing fungi and applying our scientific expertise. Now we don't have to compromise between production costs, material performance, and our planet.
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