This month, the recognised startups are already part of the goCircular RADAR initiative, and their field of activity is focused on Technological Development or is supported by it to help people and companies to be more circular. We present them to you!
- CAPTOPLASTIC develops technologies to remove and analyse the levels of microplastics (MPs) in aqueous streams in order to keep the planet free of MPs, an emerging pollutant that puts human, animal, and ecosystem health at risk.
- LIXO, with the aim of accelerating the transition to the circular industry, it develops turnkey solutions to increase the efficiency and transparency of the waste management and recovery industry. They work in all stages of the value chain, based on image recognition technologies.
- RELEARN offers equipment, called NANDO, for automatic recognition and sorting of waste into five categories: plastic, metal, paper, glass and waste. Currently, Under development: use of spectroscopy for further subdivision: aluminum and iron, paper and cardboard, and the various plastic polymers.
- PULEXLAB is the marketplace for the purchase and sale of used laboratory and medical equipment. Pulexlab’s mission is to reduce the costs associated with the purchase of laboratory and medical material and equipment and to provide a remunerative outlet for the stock of laboratories, hospitals and companies
- ONYRIQ is a company focused on the R&D of polymeric materials. Application areas include materials for additive manufacturing, health and medical devices, and circular economy. Within this last area, ONYRIQ develops, among others: technology for chemical recycling of polyolefins in aqueous media, depolymerizable epoxy resins, as well as new bio-based, biodegradable, and compostable materials for packaging applications.
- THE GOOD GOAL develops technological solutions to help improve the current habits of people and companies to reduce and improve their carbon footprint. Through its mobile application The Good Goal App, it helps users to improve their sustainable habits and have a realistic perception of their carbon footprint and the quantity of CO2, litres of water and kilos of garbage generated that can be reduced through the acquisition of new habits.