About the company

Type
Startup or self-employed

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
74200 Margencel, France

Company size
4

Founders
Mathieu Pillet, Gil Burban

Founded
2018

SDG's

  • Clean water and sanitation

  • Responsible consumption and production

Social

Documents

Actives-Substrates_2019_FR

Website
yphen.com

Alliance member

YpHen SAS


YpHen develops and produces innovative products for the bioremediation markets of soils, and organic waste management.

YpHen produces living substrates, inoculated with micro-organisms for the soil remediation, waste recovery and environmental health markets. ​ We are a European company based in the French Alps where nature gives us our inspiration and the source of our innovative products. YpHen deploys its products / services under two brands: Mycoperma® and Polycompost®. ​
The forest floor is our teacher, and the understanding of how it works allows us to solve many of the problems generated by human activities. The soil is a powerful carbon sink and the life that develops there is able to durably transform these materials.

Company YpHen SAS
Offers

Mycoremediation

Offer Mycoremediation

Description
YpHen develops and produces innovative substrates for the bioremediation markets of polluted sites and soils with fungi.

In the forest, fungi are able to degrade molecules as complex as lignin and cellulose. As a result, they are also able to degrade hydrocarbons and the resulting number of petroleum products (gasoline, oils, fuels, pesticides and herbicides). We propose the use of these microorganisms to decontaminate the soil and filter the dirty water.

Available in
Monaco, France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Switzerland,

Categories of application
Clean water and sanitation, Responsible consumption and production

Sector of application
Water treatment, Circular economy of solid wastes, Primary resources management

Status
R&D


Polycompost®

Offer Polycompost®

Description
Polycomposting is a systemic and biomimetic solution for the treatment and recovery of organic wastes.

We propose a return to the land of industrial anthropogenic (food, industrial sludge) or natural (invasive) waste by a biomimetic solution (products and service) that is not mechanized, frugal in energy and that favors soil biodiversity. We work with a cohort of microorganisms and auxiliaries by aerobic or non-methanogenic anaerobic processes.

Available in
Switzerland, France,

Categories of application
Responsible consumption and production

Sector of application
Circular economy of solid wastes

Status
Tested implementation