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This week Tato Bigio, cofounder of UBQ joins me on the show to discuss how their company helping to reduce landfills all over the world by converting everyday household waste into their patented UBQ Material.
UBQ is a thermoplastic and climate positive material, that can be used to make everyday durable end-products, more sustainable and with a reduced carbon footprint. It can substitute traditional plastics, minerals, and wood in thousands of different applications.
UBQ Materials was founded in 2012 by Tato and Rabbi Yehuda Pearl. The name UBQ stands for ubiquitous. The problem of waste is ubiquitous and the solutions, therefore, need to be as well. On this episode, Tato will be sharing the background of the UBQ, and discuss their process, as well as some of the projects they’ve been involved with.
You can learn more about the company by visiting https://www.ubqmaterials.com?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss.
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