Scaling up the generation of sustainable products from municipal solid waste
Helping Fiberight scale up their innovative process
Innovative SME Fiberight, has developed a novel method to generate sustainable added value products from municipal solid waste.
Fiberight’s technology has the potential to address a key component of the Circular Bio-Economy and stimulate both economic and environmental impacts worldwide. Using CPI’s commercialisation expertise and state-of-the-art facilities at Wilton, Redcar, Fiberight worked collaboratively with CPI to scale up their innovative process.
An input is a unique capability, service or method of support that was provided, such as equipment or expertise.
- Technical knowledge and expertise
- Consortia building
An output is the result of the work, such as an experimental finding, an actual product or a pilot demonstrator.
- Scaled up process proven
- Increased yield
- Development of in-line measurement techniques
- Public funding secured
- Consortia built
An outcome arises from implementing the outputs, for example, a profit, an investment, providing jobs or delivering societal benefits. Outcomes continue once an innovation has been implemented and deliver benefit every year.
- Reduced contamination
- New proven process
- Reduced predicted production costs
- Increased predicted profits
- Up-skilled workforce