Implementing Solutions

Circular Economy

How can people create and consume goods that are renewable, repairable, reusable, and recyclable?

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Recycling Air Pollution into Industrial Inks

Solver Air-Ink, which recycles air pollution into industrial-grade inks and pigments, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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Recycling Air Pollution into Industrial Inks

Solver Air-Ink received the $25,000 GM Prize on Circular Economy from Member General Motors in 2019 to recycle air pollution into industrial-grade inks and pigments.

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Reducing Plastic Waste with Reusable Packaging

Solver Algramo, which built a high-tech reusable packaging system to counter plastic waste, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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Reducing Plastic Waste with a Reusable Packaging System

Solver Algramo received the $50,000 AI Innovations Prize from Members Patrick J. McGovern Foundation and Schmidt Futures in 2019 to build a high-tech reusable packaging system to counter plastic waste.

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Recycling Plastics into Industrial Building Blocks

Solver BioCollection received the $25,000 GM Prize on Circular Economy from Member General Motors in 2019 to develop a chemical process to transform waste plastics into high-value industrial building blocks.

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Recycling Plastics into Industrial Building Blocks

Solver BioCellection, which developed a chemical process to transform waste plastics into high-value industrial building blocks, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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Leather Made of Mushroom

Solver Mycotech, which makes mushroom leather to replace animal and petroleum-based products, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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A Marketplace for Unused Fabric

Solver Queen of Raw, a digital platform matching buyers and sellers of unused fabric, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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Reselling Textiles for Zero Waste

Solver Renewal Workshop, which resells used textiles for a zero-waste system, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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Reselling Surplus Industrial Equipment

Solver Rheaply, a platform that gives a second life to surplus industrial equipment, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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A Healthy, Sustainable Sugar Substitute

Solver Xilinat, a healthier, sustainable sugar substitute made from agricultural waste, received a $10,000 grant from Solve in 2019 for being selected as a Circular Economy Solver.

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A Marketplace for Unused Fabric

Solver Queen of Raw received an investment from Solve Innovation Future in 2020 to expand its digital platform matching buyers and sellers of unused fabric.

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Microsoft’s Climate Innovation Fund

The Microsoft Climate Innovation Fund led an interseries convertible debt round for Rheaply, leading to a $2,100,000 investment to Rheaply. Rheaply now plans to help Microsoft implement a carbon product roadmap to move towards their goal of carbon neutrality by 2030.

 
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