UBQ has patented technology for the conversion of residual municipal solid waste - including the organic fraction of food waste, dirty paper and cartons and mixed plastics - into a new composite material - the UBQ material.

This new patented material is biobased, sustainable, upcycled and recyclable and has thermoplastic characteristics that lend it for the implementation as raw material by the plastic industry. UBQ materials are compatible with most polyolefins in the industry (PP, HDPE, :PE and PVC), can be blend in or compounded on the raw material matrix and is adaptable to the man processes in the plastic industry - extrusion, injection and compression.
UBQ has developed a fully industrial process and its industrial pilot - located in the South of Israel - has a capacity of 5,000 tons, the first of which are already supplied to the plastic industry and implemented successfully.

Alongside the process and material development - UBQ has invested significantly in the certificat...
UBQ has patented technology for the conversion of residual municipal solid waste - including the organic fraction of food waste, dirty paper and cartons and mixed plastics - into a new composite material - the UBQ material.

This new patented material is biobased, sustainable, upcycled and recyclable and has thermoplastic characteristics that lend it for the implementation as raw material by the plastic industry. UBQ materials are compatible with most polyolefins in the industry (PP, HDPE, :PE and PVC), can be blend in or compounded on the raw material matrix and is adaptable to the man processes in the plastic industry - extrusion, injection and compression.
UBQ has developed a fully industrial process and its industrial pilot - located in the South of Israel - has a capacity of 5,000 tons, the first of which are already supplied to the plastic industry and implemented successfully.

Alongside the process and material development - UBQ has invested significantly in the certification of the process - undergoing an stringent Health and Safety review by Vireo Advisors to ensue UBQ materials are safe to process and use by the manufacturers and consumers.

Moreover we have conducted together with Quantis International a Life Cycle Assessment study to fully understand the environmental impact of UBQ materials and technology - the results are astounding. The LCA of UBQ material is almost -12 (minus twelve) Tons of CO2e for every ton of UBQ material produced - this makes UBQ the most sustainable material in the planet. By comparison PP - one of the most commonly used polymers has an LCA of 3 tons of CO2e for every ton produced. By mixing UBQ with conventional polymers - the manufacturers can bring to the market carbon neutral or even climate positive products - meeting targets of carbon printing reduction on every stage of the consumption cycle.

UBQ is a truly circular solution - it provides the missing link between the linear model of make -use -dispose model to the targeted circular economy while solving part of the waste epidemic and mitigating global warming.
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