French CleanTech
Recycling & Waste

Domelys

Recover heat on wastewater


Domelys : Recover heat on wastewater

Domelys technologies is a french cleantech start-up specialised in the conversion of renewable energy in buildings. The company developed a patented solution called CalH2O, for the heat recovery hot water discharged by ships, industrial or commercial.read more Read more

CKFD

Innovative recycle cans system


CKFD : Innovative recycle cans system

CKFD is a french company developing an innovative system to recycle cans named “Ecopacteur”. This project is not only ecological and economic lines. The social dimension is indeed also present, since it creates jobs dedicated to the collection of cans, the maintenance of écopacteurs and display advertisement.read more Read more

VBC3000

Building with sewage


VBC3000 : Building with sewage

VBC 3000 aims to develop, industrialize and / or operate production activities of ceramic materials from waste treatment. This proprietary technology enhances the treatment sludge to water sanitation, in order to transform them into ceramic materials of constructionread more Read more

Pellenc Selective Technologies

Sorting machines


Pellenc Selective Technologies : Sorting machines

Pellenc Selective Technologies is a pioneering company in the automatic sorting of household and industrial waste - plastic, paper, cardboard, electronic waste, and building and demolition waste. These materials are sorted using a variety of technologies: spectrometric analysis, artificial vision and multi-spectral image analysis, and new technologies are shortly forthcoming.read more Read more

Recupyl

Hazardous waste recycling


Recupyl : Hazardous waste recycling

RECUPYL is specialised in the development and industrial implementation of recycling technologies. These technologies, based on hydrometallurgy, support the transformation of waste into valuable materials for re-use, thus closing the loop. They use processes with low energy consumption and no air-borne environmental emissions.read more Read more