Afynerie is a technology to convert non food biomasse into bio-based chemical compounds for food and cosmetic applications.
Afynerie answer to few problems such as reducing the carbon footprint for these kind of products by almost 40%, through a zero waste process. The system produce bio-based fertilisers as a by-product, usable by the farmers for a new crop cycle (circular economy) and qualified for the organic agriculture, it creates an extra valorisation for the farmers by transforming the by-products of the agro industry into higher value products. Afynerie brings on the market a healthier offer: A 100% bio-based alternative stemming from a recycling process at an affordable price. These products are used as flavours and fragrances, food conservators, antibiotic substitution in the feed industry, bio-based solvents, and bio-plastics and many other applications in the chemistry.
- •A 31% CO2 emission reduction
- •Savings of 18mWh yearly
- •No lower economic impact compared with actual petro-based offer unless CO2 emission taxation
63360 Lussat, France
SDG's of Application
SDG's of Application
- Medium and large scale commercialization
- Small scale commercialization
- Initial market commercialization
- Prototype testing in the real world
- Prototype testing 1:1 in the lab
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