Converting household waste

into sustainable bio-based materials

Our vision is to create a world where finite resources are reused infinitely, landfills are rendered obsolete, carbon emissions are reduced and the environment is preserved for future generations.

Advanced Waste Conversion

UBQ’s robust modular conversion technology produces a singular homogeneous material out of a seemingly heterogeneous mixed residual waste input.

The closed-loop process effectively reduces the residual waste stream into many of its more basic natural components. At an almost molecular level, these natural components reconstitute themselves and bind together to form a new homogeneous composite material.

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  • Closed-Loop System
  • Carbon Neutral
  • Energy Efficient
  • Zero Residual Waste
  • Zero Emissions
  • Zero Water Consumption

Sustainable Materials

UBQ Materials, are upcycled, bio-based thermoplastic composites which are sustainable, recyclable, and competitively priced for the market place today.

This alternative material can be used to make the everyday familiar products industry produces today. Partially, or totally, substituting plastics and wood in thousands of different applications, our materials have the ability to make a significant and positive environmental impact.

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  • Bio-Based Composite
  • Homogeneous & Safe
  • Upcycled & Recyclable
  • Sustainable Alternative to Plastics & Wood

Sustainable Future

Diverting waste from landfills is the only way we stand a chance to stem the rampant flow of pollution entering our natural environments.

By valorizing household waste, we are not only avoiding the emission of harmful gases but also avoiding the extraction of valuable finite natural resources from our planet.

The short-lived climate pollutants, associated with waste, are responsible for 30-40% of the global warming experienced to date

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  • 1 Ton of UBQ Material reduces on average ±15 tons/CO2e.
  • This makes the UBQ Material ±700% more environmentally friendly than conventional plastics.
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