Biomass fibers are the future of construction.

Construction is responsible for 30% of all CO₂ emissions worldwide, with a significant portion of as much as 90% coming from the production of materials such as cement and steel. Fiber pellet construction offers a sustainable and ecologically responsible alternative.

Why biobased building?

On average, a biobased house absorbs approximately 25,000 kg of CO₂, which is equivalent to the CO₂ emissions of an average car over ten years. This makes biobased fibers not only a sustainable alternative, but also an active contributor to the reduction of atmospheric CO₂.

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No temporary trend, but a permanent solution.

With the expected growth of the world population to 11 billion, it is essential to develop more sustainable construction methods. Biobased building materials offer a viable solution to significantly reduce emissions from the construction sector. By replacing concrete and steel with biobased panels, the sector can take a big step towards sustainability.

More and more biobased products.

The transition to biobased products is becoming increasingly clear. Companies are developing new generations of products, including natural fibers for packaging and insulation materials. The use of hemp fibers in a wide range of products is increasing, from prosthetics to building materials and clothing. It all contributes to reducing dependence on fossil products.

Experience the future of construction.

Join us for a tour of our facilities and see how we are shaping the future of construction with natural fibers as primary building materials. Shift with your building company towards more sustainable and durable construction practices.

Where our technologies are already running successfully.

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In the collaboration between Yilkins and Tokuyama Corporation, an agreement has been signed for the installation of a torrefaction plant in Yamaguchi, Japan. This plant will convert agricultural residues into…

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