French CleanTech
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Materials

Polymem

Membrane Manufacturer


Polymem : Membrane Manufacturer

Located in Toulouse, Polymem is specialised in the development and manufacturing of membranes based upon hollow fibers, as well as membrane based processes.
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Sud Ecowatt

Innovative solar heating


Sud Ecowatt : Innovative solar heating

Sud Ecowatt is a french cleantech company developing a system which can cover up to 60% of heating needs and 80% of hot water. This innovative company has developed in partnership with ICAM Toulouse, a wall heater in brick flood large thermal inertia driven by an hydraulic system powered by heat from the photovoltaic sensors. This concept allows a maximum value of solar energy captured by a simple hydraulic network and its operation at very low temperatures and meets the requirements of the HQE (High Environmental Quality).read more Read more

Vegeplast

Green conception and manufacturing of bioplastics parts


Vegeplast : Green conception and manufacturing of bioplastics parts

Vegeplast conceives and makes biodegradable plastic parts of vegetale origin which associates ecology, environmental protection and industry. This french cleantech companies is focusing on plastic pieces with limited use in time as sports and leisure articles, animal food toys, defence training pieces. With its unique Vegemat innovation, the company has developed a bioplastic made from corn and other plants easily shaped, durable and biodegradable.read more Read more

Taskeo

natural fiber car components


Taskeo : natural fiber car components

Taskeo is a french start up initiated by Sebastian Kulak and the laboratory of mechanical and composite CRIT. It aims to develop a vehicle workshop (utility) 100% electric combining 3 innovations: the multi-energy management, the use of organic materials (Eco design) and a lightweight chassis.read more Read more

Ederna

Membrane contactors technology


Ederna : Membrane contactors technology

Natural odorant molecules have a high added value and are very widely employed in the food, pharmaceutical, cosmetics or perfume industries. Their separation, traditionally ensured by distillation or liquid-liquid extraction, remains a difficult and costly operation. New technologies are now being developed. One of these is membrane contactors developed by a french cleantech company named Ederna which, because of their compactness, flexibility, selectivity and low energy and solvent consumption, have undeniable advantages.read more Read more