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Biodegradable Plastic (cold ground compostable)

Produce sustainable and truly bio degradable plastic products with enhanced properties at substantially reduced cost.

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Dear all, 

First of all apologies for leveraging this design challenge to establish contact. 

This is not a submission to win the design challenge but more to 'win' time to start an exploratory conversation.

After 16 years with Goldman Sachs, I have set up a Business Transformation Consultancy called Coact Consulting Group. 

Its focus is all about strategic partnerships with a purpose to create viable commercial activities with a wider social impact. 

Please find a LinkedIN article attached to better describe what Coact Consulting Group does. 

You will notice that The Circular Economy aligns very well with Coact Consulting Group's mission.

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/coact-consulting-group-collaborate-innovate-transform-van-drempt

One of the founders of a Dutch company, which is a very good contact of mine, discovered a method to produce plastic products which are truly 100% biodegradable i.e one can pot a plant in the ground with the pot becoming compost afterwards.

If you have 20-30mins, I would be very grateful to hear more about the EllenMcArthur Foundation? We could then also explore common ground for mutually beneficial (commercial) opportunities.

Once more apologies for this direct approach, I am sure there are more traditional routes to get in contact but opportunity aligns well with this design challenge therefore I hope I am reaching the right contacts and you do not mind.

Kind regards

Bastiaan    

Tel: 0207 10 10 740

Email: Bastiaan.vandrempt@gmail.com

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Website

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/coact-consulting-group-collaborate-innovate-transform-van-drempt

Where are you / your team located?

SW1Y 5EA 120 Pall Mall London

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