BC materials is a workers cooperative founded in October 2018 by Ken De Cooman, Nicolas Coeckelberghs, Laurens Bekemans & Wes Degreef, with the strict mission to spread & scale (the knowledge about) earth building materials as one of the most important solutions to counter the widespread pollution & waste in the building industry.
BC materials has been profitable since 2020 and as an impact based company we re-invest our profits consistently into uptake, R&D and scaling infrastructure to maximize our impact & the beneficial effects on the environment.
We are a spin-out of BC architects and commit to a low-tech, bio-ecological & regionalist perspective of architecture & building where the added value of renovating & building is redistributed equally amongst the different partners in the building chain.
As a team of 10 people, with different profiles - from industrial engineering to architecture, from philosophy to masonry - we can offer tailor made solutions to your needs, in consultancy & development, design & prefab, custom made products, and workshops & training. Always with a focus on maximizing impact & to improve life on this planet.
This product profile describes the features and applications of the ElectroGreen™–Xylene substitute for electronics.
The Stäubli Megawatt Charging System (MCS) offers rapid and effortless charging, allowing drivers to manually charge their electric heavy-duty vehicles without relying on robots or supporting machines.
Anguil's robust Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU) can handle a wide range of emission flow rates. It is as easy to use as an enclosed flare and as effective as a thermal oxidizer.
This interview explores the intersection of policy, innovation, and commercialization within the UK's cleantech sector, with a focus on the initiatives and strategies being pursued by Cleantech for UK under Sarah Mackintosh's leadership.
Daphna Nissenbaum, CEO of TIPA, leads the charge in creating compostable packaging solutions, aiming to replace traditional plastics globally.
AZoCleantech speaks to Paul Warley, CEO of Ascent Solar, about the company's leading thin-film photovoltaic (PV) technology and its use in space applications.