Kenoteq is a clean tech company that specialises in building products. Incubated at Heriot-Watt University, the spin-out is now growing a commercial presence with its first product, an unfired brick called K-Briq, made from 90% recycled demolition and construction waste materials.
Completing the circular economy pathway, Kenoteq is manufactured onsite at a waste handling company in Scotland to reduce transport miles and limit any additional CO2 production. The company aims to follow up the K-Briq with a line of premium market products as the business expands.
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