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  1. Zero Waste Campaign Management Platform Using AI

    SBC: ZABBLE, INC.            Topic: 4B

    Zabble’s mission is to enable organizations to achieve zero waste by delivering an end-to-end waste analytics platform with real-time actionable insights. Our immediate focus is to create a zero waste blueprint for the healthcare industry followed by universities and corporations which make up 53% of the commercial buildings in the US. There are 6200 hospitals across the US generate up to 30 lbs ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  2. Fully Compostable Packaging Film From Microfibrillated Cellulose

    SBC: ECOTUNE, INC.            Topic: 4C

    Every piece of the over 9 billion tons of plastic that has ever been produced is still on Earth today. Plastic does not biodegrade; it fills up landfills, pollutes the air when its incinerated, and poses a significant threat to global ecosystems, wildlife, and human health. Only around 9% of plastic is recycled, and most plastic used in flexible packaging is single-use and difficult to recycle. Gr ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  3. Piloting Tech-Enabled Returnable Packaging on Block Island

    SBC: USEFULL Inc.            Topic: 4C

    USEFULL is a tech-enabled circular economy solution designed to eliminate single-use food/beverage products. USEFULL empowers corporations, colleges, and closed loop communities to generate less waste by directly replacing single-use, disposable containers at the beginning of the consumption cycle. We provide our proprietary technology and custom-designed inventory of vacuum insulated stainless st ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  4. Low Embodied Carbon Wallboard made with Biochar

    SBC: CINTEREST LLC            Topic: 4D

    The carbon impact of materials used in residential and commercial buildings is substantial. The building trade must urgently shift towards using materials with lower embodied carbon, or better yet, use materials that can sequester carbon over the life of the building and beyond. Drywall is used in enormous quantities and comes with a considerable carbon footprint. Cinterest has prototyped a wallbo ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  5. Prototyping a Process to Reuse Wasted Glass in High Performance Low Carbon Concrete

    SBC: KLAW INDUSTRIES LLC            Topic: 4D

    How Glass SCMs Solve the Market Need The process to produce cement has remained unchanged since the industrial revolution. Concrete producers need a new high-performing cement alternative to lower their concrete products' cost and embodied carbon. Otherwise, we will be building our future communities using a process with the embodied carbon and financial costs of 1820s technology. This project aim ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  6. Levaraging AxM Software Technology to Empower Material Reuse and Embodied Carbon Reporting in the Built Environment

    SBC: RHEAPLY INC            Topic: 4D

    As the single largest consumer of materials and energy use worldwide, the construction sector remains a prime target for materials reuse reform. (Krausmann et al., 2009; De Ia Rue du Can & Price, 2008). Construction and ongoing operation of the built environment extracts a significant amount of resources -- and on an ongoing basis. According to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), buildings ac ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  7. IsoTruss-Reinforced Concrete Foundations for Increased Resiliency to Natural Disasters

    SBC: Isotruss, Inc.            Topic: 4E

    In order to promote human and environmental health, infrastructure must become safer, longer lasting, and more sustainable. Telecommunication structures with resiliency to extreme conditions are particularly beneficial because they allow communications to continue even in emergency situations. IsoTruss Inc. will develop a composite-reinforced concrete foundation that will increase resiliency witho ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  8. Topological Simplification and Machine Learning for Real-time Prediction of Off-target Pesticide Spray Drift

    SBC: GEOMETRIC DATA ANALYTICS INC.            Topic: 5B

    Pesticide drift is a phenomenon with a variety of very significant environmental impacts. In addition to immediate economic impacts of lost crops or reduced yields and the social impact of conflict between neighboring land utilizers, off-target drift can result in herbicide resistant weeds, human health effects, and can damage sensitive habitats. Wind speed and direction is a predominant contribut ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  9. Easy to Apply, Tunable Structural Color: Color Without Pigments, Dyes, Metals, or PCBs

    SBC: CYPRIS MATERIALS, INC.            Topic: 5C

    Cypris Materials is developing the next generation of color and addressing major cross-industry pain points - improving sustainability, broadening the color gamut, reducing manufacturing hassle, and simplifying formulation. All of these features are accomplished without pigments, dyes, metals, polychlorinated biphenyls, or expensive engineering processes. The key technological breakthrough comes f ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
  10. Machine-learning-assisted development of alternatives to diarylide pigments

    SBC: KEBOTIX INC            Topic: 5C

    The goal of the proposed effort is to develop polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB)-free yellow pigments and synthetic pathways that do not unintentionally generate PCB as byproducts. This effort will harness Kebotix’s existing AI-powered platform, which includes a workflow that controls high?throughput computational modeling of molecules and materials, proprietary machine learning methods for process ...

    SBIR Phase I 2022 Environmental Protection Agency
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