What's the Problem?
The materials we use every day are obtained from highly polluting linear economy processes, extraction, transformation, and disuse of natural resources. To avoid this, there are initiatives developing sustainable biomaterials from agricultural residues and fungi.
The complexity and differences between agricultural residues are pushing this tech to use only one type of residue, leaving a broad range of waste without seizing.
This not only increases the production costs of this type of biomaterial, but it is also limiting the scalability and impact that this technology can have on environmental issues.