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Green Alley Awards Goes To Adaptavate


Adaptavate’s eco-friendly nature bagged the honour of Green Alley Awards.

Dailycsr.com – 10 November 2015 – Green Alley Awards rejoice the “circular economy”, whereby it honoured the “eco-friendly alternative to plasterboard”. The same is constituted with seventy five percent of agricultural waste.
Adaptavate has been financed by a British start-up. The said product is a “Breathaboard” and hundred percent “compostable”. At present, Adaptive enjoys both “cash and non-cash benefits” which have been valued “at up to €20,000”. The valuation incorporates “six months of free co-working space in the start-up capital Berlin”. Berlin will provide an opportunity of better networking with “other entrepreneurs”.
While, Ethicalperformane informs:
“The circular economy as an economic driving force was the central theme of the Green Alley Award 2015, where a total of six start-ups from all over Europe presented their green business ideas. They had three minutes for their live pitches at a former light bulb factory in central Berlin, where they had to win over the expert jury with their projects”.
In the current year, there were hundred start-up applicants for the award entries who came from seventeen different countries.
Finalists were judged live wherein many experts were also present to lend “their support” in the selection process. The list of experts included “Tom Szaky, founder and ceo of the American company TerraCycle”.
While, the “other finalists” in the category of British start-up was “Entocycle” which is working towards manufacturing “animal feed from black soldier flies feeding on bio-waste”; whereas amongst the others were Ireland’s Votechnik that presented “a technology for the eco-friendly and automated recycling of LCD screens”; the start-up “Binee” which is based at Dresden and developed a “smart trash bin for electronic devices”.
In fact, to mention a few more, would be “Infarm” which is also a start-up based at Berlin, who also lasted till the final round and invested in developing “vertical urban greenhouses for the production of local and sustainable produce” while another finalist the company Solstrom based at Singen presented “its design-table” that were manufactured from “expired solar modules”.