REBORN aim to make our customer, plastic recycling company, to have more revenue by enhancing purity of recycled plastic, adding REBORN’s bioreactor to their existing process line.
Clear Plate is an app that rewards people for not wasting food and carries out the virtue of cherishing food. An AI is used to distinguish between finished and unfinished plates, and rewards users with clear plates with points to redeem for rewards or charitable giving.
Creation of ethical supply chain for plastic waste, formalisation of informal waste entrepreneurs and decentralised waste processing to supply high quality raw material for plastic recycling.
DeyHaat provides clean, reliable, and affordable energy access to last-mile micro-enterprises in rural India through solar pico-grids.
Our goal is to commercialize our dispensing technology, mobile pushcart and app to enable rapid scaling up of refill solutions to low-income customers across Jakarta in refillable containers.
The project recovers and converts waste plastic from polluted rivers and land into raw material for plastic production, to replace virgin fossil feedstock, lower GHG emissions and improve livelihoods.
We remove over-populating pest urchins to restore kelp forests in Southern Japan. The removed urchins will be ranched into delicious “uni” and sold and the proceeds will be reinvested in kelp restoration.
Our IT system enables municipalities and waste management companies in upcoming economies like India and Indonesia to manage waste operations, design better systems and create transparency in the value chain.
Minimize loss of surplus food and improve food equity. SOS rescues surplus food from industries and re-distributes to low-income villages, orphanages and charity org supporting the vulnerable.
This project will assess, in collaboration with power companies, investors and governments around Asia, the feasibility of coupling floating solar with existing hydropower to meet development goals in a climate-safe way.
Sanitary toilet solutions for areas without water through our own flushable toilet technology.
The aim is to install INGINE’s Wave Energy Converter system in selected locations in Vietnam, Sri Lanka and Indonesia, in order to supply clean and sustainable energy to local communities.
To provide wind energy for the poor who are living without electricity by installing wind turbine system at no cost.