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Upcycling Process Goes Commercial


TripleW announces the design of the commercial scale lactic acid facility, utilizing food waste as feedstock for production. Check out the design of the first-of-its-kind facility, in our  announcement regarding the next stage in TripleW's journey!

 Click here for the full press release on TripleW's Linkedin page.

ClimateTech Food Waste Upcylcing Process gets Commercial Design

TripleW's EU Consortium Featured


Belgium's business and economics newspaper De Tijd (The Times) featured Waste2Func, a Horizon 2020 consortium which won 6,700,000 Euros to develop useful everyday products from organic waste. Read all about it (In Dutch) - Click Here for the Article

TripleW's Horizon 2020 Waste2Func Consortium Featured on De Tijd

Maarten Campman Appointed as President of Manufacturing


TripleW announced today the appointment of Dr. Maarten Campman as President of Manufacturing. Dr. Campman brings with him substantial experience and achievements in the biochemical industry, including 10 years at Corbion, where he held a range of senior positions.

As President of Manufacturing, Dr. Campman will play a key role in TripleW’s transition from demonstration to commercial manufacturing activities, an area in which he brings extensive expertise. Dr. Campman will be based in Europe and will spearhead the planning and implementation of the company's manufacturing strategy and execution.

Here is our full PR announcement

Company gears for industrial phase

TripleW Wins 2.2M Euro Grant


TripleW has joined with awesome partners to form the WASTE2FUNC consortium, a Horizon 2020 program, to produce lactic acid (a FUNCtional ingredient) from WASTE, for consumer products.

As a member of the consortium, the company has been awarded a 2.2M Euro grant from the European Union, out of a total 6.7M Euro awarded to the group.

The grant is provided as part of the Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking (BBI JU), a public-private partnership between the EU and the Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC) aiming to strengthen and structure the bio-based industries sector in Europe.

The project will demonstrate the integration of the WASTE2FUNC biomass supply chain with new value chains based on the cost- and eco-efficient conversion of the waste biomass into market-ready functional molecules for home and personal care applications.

Featured in Israel Hayom

TripleW wins Horizon 2020 Grant
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