Bio Graphene Solutions (BGS) is a manufacturer and supplier of graphene from non-graphite based, organic renewable resources. Graphene’s applications are wide-ranging with the potential to disrupt numerous verticals; however, traditional graphite-based production methods are hugely cost prohibitive and environmentally taxing. This is where we come in. BGS has a unique and proprietary approach in providing a real nanotechnology solution (green graphene) with a focus on improving the environmental impact in the concrete and asphalt markets. As a performance additive, our biographene product provides real measurable performance results across the multiple applications that we support. Our graphene production technology is easily scalable, ensuring we are able to provide a consistent and high-quality graphene product while being able to support large markets that require commodity volumes – minimalizing the environmental impact for industrial applications while ensuring that our value proposition of our product is cost-conscious in the markets we serve.
We believe we are one of the few companies in North America that offers a true cleantech solution – from raw material input (organic) to final end-product application – with meaningful and measurable results within the concrete and asphalt industries.
BGS’ revolutionary, eco-friendly process relies on producing biochar (from wood waste!) to manufacture graphene for use across multiple applications within concrete and asphalt – large addressable target markets where biographene is used as an additive to greatly improve strength, durability, and elasticity while considerably lowering manufacturing/logistics costs. More specifically, adding our graphene can reduce the amount of cement (which contributes 8% to global CO2 emissions) required in concrete, and in return, significantly reduce the carbon emission footprint of the concrete material used. With our unsurpassed pricing and commodity production capabilities, BGS’ technology has the potential to change the way the world uses and produces graphene for use in industrial markets.
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