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Cutting pollution and plastics, enhancing the environment

CAMBOND® RESIN

We don’t just expect you to take our word for the quality of our work.

We’d love you to give it a try.

Samples of Cambond adhesive of 1-10 tonnes in volume are available for trials in the UK and EU.

Our resin is currently being manufactured in China, although we are looking to develop facilities in the UK. Test our bioresin and make some panels like this for yourself!

BIOCOMPOSITES

Cambond resin can be combined with many types of biomass such as straw, oat husks, and peanut shells, along with polymers, to form biocomposites.

We call them Camposite®, and offer a range including bamboo and straw based building panels as an alternative to using wood.

Cambond is also carrying out commercial development of its coffee-Camposite for ‘wasbeans’ cups. Camposites offer significant environmental benefits very quickly, as they can be used to make a wide range of products.

Camposites contain protein and fats which improve the technical qualities for manufacturing.

Excitingly, laboratory trials and development work have shown our Camposites could also become an environmentally superior alternative to plastics.

PLASTIC REPLACEMENTS

The raw materials for our Camposites are largely derived from plants, and so are less expensive than traditional oil based plastics.

Importantly, rapid scaling up of supply is relatively straightforward as biomass by-products from agriculture are available in large quantities across the world.

Camposites can also be manufactured and supplied for between 5 and 10% LESS than the cost of current virgin plastics.

As we sometimes say – what’s not to like?!

CAMCUP AND CUPBOARD

CamCup is a reusable coffee cup made from used coffee ground, plant fibres and our adhesive.

Cupboard is a material made from disposable coffee cups, which can be turned into furniture. This pair form an environmentally friendly and attractive alternative to traditional cups, plates, bowls and furnishings for the hospitality industry.

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