We are a team of sustainability veterans, materials scientists, marine biologists, and social innovators working to create the processes, products, and materials that will drive the next century of biology-based decarbonization and ecosystem restoration. Interested in becoming a partner in developing new circular economies built on bioproducts and materials that replace waste, toxic chemicals, and harmful practices in our lands and oceans? We'd love to hear from you.
Cataño, Puerto Rico
Puerto Rico (Borikén) is the HQ for our research laboratory and our biorefinery, the central processing point for seaweed collected throughout the Caribbean. This beautiful island has a long history of world-class biotech innovation, as well as community-led approaches to climate resilience and adaptation.
313 PR-869, km 1.2, Cataño, 00962, Puerto RicoView Map
Puerto Morelos, México
The coast of Quintana Roo (Ekab) in the Yucatán Peninsula is where most of the Sargassum blooms in the Caribbean accumulate. For that reason, it's where we are piloting innovative and environmentally-friendly processes to harvest Sargassum. Mexico, one of the top agricultural producers in the world, is also where we are developing our range of land-restoring and crop-optimizing natural agricultural technologies.
Carretera Federal 307 Cancún-Chetumal 329.5 Manzana 3, lote 1-02, Supermanzana 52, 77500 Benito Juarez, Q.R., MexicoView Map
Many in our team started working on various fields within sustainability and ecological restoration in New England. With it's unique cluster of biotech research organizations, green/blue finance and commerce, and environmental institutions, we are glad Hingham (part of the traditional unceded territory of the Neponset Band of the Indigenous Massachusett people) is one of our hubs in North America.
18 Shipyard Dr, Hingham, MA 02043, United StatesView Map