CUSTOM
CYCLE

Reaching Circular Economy Goals With Custom Closed Loop Systems

 
 
 
 
 
 
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 We work with partners to create a CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM, converting a diverse range of inputs into new valuable products and packaging.

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ADDED VALUE

By creating new products from materials that would otherwise go to waste

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PRICE STABILITY

By accessing feedstock sources that don’t compete with commodities

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SUPPLY CHAIN CERTAINTY

By managing internal controls, independent of external factors

 
 
 
 
 
 

FULLY
CUSTOMIZABLE
SOLUTIONS

 
 
 
 
 
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CASE IN POINT: TO CREATE PALM OIL WITHOUT DESTRUCTION OF OUR RAINFORESTS

An example of how carbon transformation can create value from an existing production process and reduce the need for new materials is the production of a palm oil alternative. By transforming carbon by-products, we are able to create an oil that is better than palm oil in serving the functional needs for a range of everyday products- from soaps, to detergents and shampoos. This could reduce the prevalence of conventional methods of making palm oil, which currently contribute to the deforestation of rainforests, resulting in widespread losses of biodiversity and the destruction of habitats of many endangered species.

 

 
 
 
 
 
 

Inputs can include any material that is carbon-based
(eg. plastics, textiles, carpets, diapers).

Outputs can include bio-polymers for biodegradable products, oils, or organic crop nutrients.

 
 
 
 
 
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How We Create
Closed Loop Systems


Every Custom Cycle begins with a customized assessment of the supply chain to best understand and address key issues and opportunities. 

A custom solution will be designed to be seamlessly integrated into the existing production process.

We work collaboratively to install a custom solution within the production process.

Through our circular technology, we convert discarded by-products into new raw materials that could be sold or used in another part of the supply chain.


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An example would be the value created from collecting textiles that would otherwise be discarded in the production of clothing. Any extra textiles from the production process that might go to waste could be transformed into new textiles or biodegradable materials needed for packaging and labeling.