Restore Foodware

Life from the ocean makes wonderful things, including a material called AirCarbon.

We figured out how to make it on land.

The ocean is filled with beautiful technology.

Almost all life in the ocean naturally makes a material called PHB to store energy. Since it is made using air and carbon dissolved in water, we call it AirCarbon®.As it turns out, AirCarbon is meltable at 350 °F, and that matters.
Aircarbon

Natural microorganisms in the ocean make PHB every day, so we found these microorganisms and figured out what they needed to make it on land.

Aircarbon
Food contact approved: FCN 1754
U.S. Food AND Drug Administration
Industrially Compostable: ASTM D6400 industrial compost facilities are limited, check local availability
Soil Control Lab, Advanced material center
Ocean-degradable: ASTM D6691
California State University,
Chico Research Foundation
Carbon-negative: PAS 2050: 2008/2011
Carbon Trust
Carbon-negative: ISO 14046-3
SCS Global Services

Strength is circular

Since it is made by life, AirCarbon provides the strength of plastic, but biodegrades faster than cellulose in the ocean, giving life a chance to restore itself.

Aircarbon pellets
Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award
US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
“Thank you for your commitment to safeguarding our planet.”
Presidential Green Chemistry Challenge Award US Environmental Protection Agency
Biomaterial of the Year
NOVA INSTITUTE
Technology Pioneer Award
WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM
Innovation of the Year
POPULAR SCIENCE
“one of the 100 most significant innovations of the year”
R&D MAGAZINE
New Energy Pioneer Award
BLOOMBERG NEF
Technology Excellence Award
PC MAGAZINE
Leadership Award
ENERGY VISION
Aircarbon

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