Case Study: New facility in The Netherlands
The linear economy, characterized by the take-make-dispose model, has long been the cornerstone of global industrialization. However, this m
UBQ™ material empowers the world to make an easy shift to sustainability without compromising on profitability.
UBQ™ is a plastic substitute made from unrecyclable household waste, including all organics: banana peels, chicken bones and pizza boxes, together with baby diapers and mixed plastics. A homogeneous thermoplastic, UBQ™ replaces oil-based plastics in durable applications across industries.
By using UBQ™, manufacturers are diverting waste from landfills, reducing their carbon footprint, and supporting a circular economy.