PolyAl sustainable building material

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October 2021
Headquarters Calgary, AB T2P, Canada
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PolyAl sustainable building material - Constructional building material made from tetra pak waste.

Retrak PolyAI is a material product of the recycling of tetrapak containers, from the point of view of its use in the form of second use, it replaces the agglomerates of wood, obtaining a synthetic wood for the manufacture of different constructions. It acts as a thermal insulator. Its composition gives it properties, is very resistant to humidity, preventing water seepage caused by rain, etc, is noise isolating. Its acoustic properties are superior to other conventional materials, filtering up to 70% of external noise, and also is anticorrosive.

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Key features

  • 100% material recycled
  • 17 trees saved per ton of raw material used
  • Saves 3000 kW of electrical energy during the recycling process
  • Reduce 1008 tons of water in constructions
  • With 1 ton of Retrak PolyAl 189,756 g/CO2e is avoided into the environment
  • Can last over 35 years

Profitability

  • Between 15-20% cheaper than mainstream alternative
  • Circular economy reduces 40% of operating costs

Maturity Stage

  • 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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North america

Canada, Mexico,

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