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Grycle, Deck ENG

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Grycle, Deck ENG

  1. 1. Turn waste into value, sustaining circular change
  2. 2. Waste of value, tough to be treated Waste* is any substance or object which the holder discards or intends or is required to discard The domestic management and disposal of waste needs differentiation, that can be disturbing, time consuming and error prone (notes) Waste is expensively transported and treated far away from where it is generated, with great environmental impact Waste is a huge loss of resources and value in the form of both materials and energy * Directive 2008/98/EC Article 3(1) 2
  3. 3. Industrial solution LIMITS OF INDUSTRIAL TREATMENT OF WASTE high energy consumption huge cost of deployment, affordable only for enterprise customers (e.g. big municipalities) sequenced selection of raw materials to be separated huge size of plants 3
  4. 4. Let’s treat waste close to where it is generated! Our invention is a mechatronic machinery (patent pending), associable with domestic appliance, capable of replacing the human work in the preparation of the waste in their path towards recycling Waste is automatically transformed into grains of separated and valuable raw materials No need to differentiate for humans Great reduction in garbage volume Through a treatment process that inverts waste processing of the recycling chain in industrial plants volume Reduction and Movement washing and sterilization identification separation Three different technologies have been taken into consideration for the material recognition recognition of weight and volume, from which we get the specific weight and therefore the type of material image of the molecular structure infrared sensors see VIDEO 4
  5. 5. Roadmap: from R&D to industrialization 5 2015 2017 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2016 Q1 Q2 Q3 2018 Q4 2015 first project and prototype (bootstrap) 2016 second prototype (bootstrap) 2017 third prototype, incorporated, request of patent, partnered with Corner Stones (funded, early stage) 2018 expected: end of prototyping (first industrial product), need for new partners to industrialize product …
  6. 6. 6 Team and Partner Daniele Pes Computer Science Engineer, Politecnico di Milano Executive MBA, MIP Business School Head of Innovation and Digital Transformation at Altromercato R&D, AF&C, HC, Strategy, Innovation, Marketing for Honeywell, Fastweb (Swisscom Group), Axess TMC (Zucchetti Group) Board Member of InnoVits (former President) Co-Founder at Ilooxs Tech Corner Stones is an investment vehicle focused on scouting technological, design and commercial innovation and developing to industrial level. Corner Stones focuses its funding, R&D, legal, commercial, logistic competence exclusively on high potential projects. Its approach is designed to create tailor made business assets and relations to foster the concrete transformation of innovative ideas into valuable business. Grycle’s waste management technology has been one of the first investment made by Corner Stones This R&D stage project has been valued because of the innovative technology (patent pending, owned by Grycle) and the robustness of the team of founders, that has progressively integrated by mechanical and electrical engineers Edoardo Carlucci Master of Science in Management of the Built Environment, Politecnico di Milano Bachelor of Science in Engineering Management, Politecnico di Milano November 2015 - Co-founder of HYPERWATER srl (business in the green hydrothermal oxidation technology for the destruction of organic waste) Second Level Master called ‘Start-up Program’. at the management training program PEGASO, MIP Business School
  7. 7. grycle.srl@gmail.com
  8. 8. A side effect of growth In EU-28 construction contributes 34.7 % of the total Mining and quarrying (28.2 %), manufacturing (10.2 %), waste and water services (9.1 %) and households (8.3 %) The remaining 9.5 % was waste generated from other economic activities, mainly services (3.9 %) and energy (3.7 %) http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Waste_statistics 8
  9. 9. Tough to be treated 40,7% 6,7% 1,5% 4,7% 10,2% 36,2% Treatment of waste by waste category, hazardousness and waste operations Deposit onto or into land Land treatment and release into water bodies Incineration / disposal (D10) Incineration / energy recovery (R1) Recovery other than energy recovery - backfilling Recovery other than energy recovery - except backfilling Yearly, some 2,320 million tonnes of waste are treated in the EU-28 Nearly half (47.4 %) of the waste treated is disposed of other than through incineration (landfilling) A further 36.2 % of the waste treated is recycled Just over one tenth (10.2 %) of the waste treated is backfilled The remainder is sent for incineration, either with energy recovery (4.7 %) or without (1.5 %) http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Waste_statistics 9

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