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envoPAP is a company that specialises in manufacturing printing and packaging materials from agricultural waste. Started in 2015, the company has achieved £7.3 million in revenues across 45 countries. The European packaging market is valued at over £100 billion and the European Union (EU)are looking to ban some single-use plastic products with effect from 2021, envoPAP aims to capitalise on these developments. The year 2019 saw envoPAP introducing its product 'envoBarrier’- a material resistant to oil, water, and grease which won the 'Packaging Innovation of the Year' at the Business Green Technology Awards. In 2020, envoPAP became a certified B Corporation rendering it a business that balances purpose and profit. The investment will be used to protect its Intellectual Property (IP) and expand its team.

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pledged: 33% days to go: 20 investment: £97,845
Emission Solutions (EMSOL) empowers organisations to take everyday steps to reduce emissions through their real-time emission monitoring and analytics system. EMSOL's open framework platform is built with networks of sensors like air and noise pollution, vehicle tracking, and working with any asset tags and emission sensors which enables EMSOL to perform real-time measurements with location tags and calibrated sensors. Data from these platforms are easily shared on dashboards, through notifications and gives detailed real-time data on urban noise, air quality, and vehicle pollution. To date, EMSOL won Rushlight Environmental Analysis Award, achieve yearly income targets, rated 5th place in the national PowerUp Index and 4th in the London and South East region. Moreover, EMSOL also won a fully funded project sponsored by DFT to deploy EMSOL technology into the rail sector. The company will use the funds to expand its customer base and increase the number of deployment sites.

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pledged: 63% days to go: 23 investment: £314,998
Fully Charged is a broadcasting, digital and events business with the aim to become the world’s no.1 consumer channel for everything related to clean energy technologies & electric vehicles. The company's work has been met with more than 3 million monthly episode views globally on its YouTube channel with a record 4.6 million views in August 2019. Fully Charged is receiving ~£8,000 per month from YouTube advertising. It has successfully crowdfunded its first book, 'The Fully Charged guide to Electric Vehicles & Clean Energy'. Fully Charged LIVE has also won the ‘Pioneer Award’ at the British Renewable Energy Awards. With the investment, the company will hire additional staff/freelancers to drive audience, invest in audience growth through merchandising, hold more events, and establish a larger production office at Bristol & Bath Science Park to manage its increasing workflow.
pledged: 112% days to go: Expired investment: £558,769
Launched in 2015, Gone West plans to disrupt the commercial forestry sector by adopting regenrative forestry systems in place of traditional ones, thereby creating environmental and social benefits. The company has planted millions of trees and has become pretty good at it. The company's product development team is engineering solutions for environmental problems, such as its Green Light app. The company's business model is structured to provide diverse yet interconnected revenue streams. Gone West has been self-funded to this date with increasing year-on-year revenue growth since launch. With the proceeds, the company will invest 30% for operations, 20% for Marketing, 5% for Business Innovation, 20% for Forestry Services, 15% for Product development, 10% for Plant and Protect.

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pledged: 153% days to go: Expired investment: £152,540
My Tree has launched a Memorial Park in the UK that enables people to plant a tree with the ashes of their loved one. It is the sole exclusive UK memorial park which offers ashes burial with the planting of a tree. The company is in discussion with DoubleTree Hilton and First Funerals. My Tree has launched its first park five miles outside of Reading and 38 miles from London. The company will use the funds to promote the site, do pre-planting to maximize usage of space and support plans to open more sites by the end of 2020. 
pledged: 170% days to go: Expired investment: £169,820
Harvest London has produced a moving hydroponic and vertical and farm in London. It has connected a wide understanding of agriculture and technology and built a creative business. The company has created relationships with London's top chefs and restaurants and are working on the expansion. The company is planning to use the funds for miscellaneous expenses, operations and technology.
pledged: 124% days to go: Expired investment: £402,060
WokenUp is a revolutionary global social network focused on empowering users to work together to meet the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. It aims to transform humanity for good by bringing together the individuals, companies, and charities that are doing good in the world and who are willing to make a difference in social and environmental causes. WokenUp has a unique feature called Snippets with which users can demonstrate how a company or charity is making a positive impact. The company is targeting revenues from job spec fees, advertising, & premium subscriptions. With the proceeds, WokenUp seeks to allow its users to increase the impact that they are making.
pledged: 51% days to go: Expired investment: £128,460
Delivering safe and clean drinking water by using nanotechnology to produce eco-friendly and recyclable filters. Water to Go has developed a portable 750ml filter that is equivalent to using more than 400 water bottles designed for single-use and made from plastic. Water to Go's technology has been tested in multiple laboratories across the globe and the company has planned to integrate their product into more applications. Their filter initially launched on Amazon.com and is currently available in over 50 countries worldwide. Clients include Boots, Millets, Go Outdoors and Blacks amongst others. Repeat sales of the filter is currently the main source of revenue.
pledged: 293% days to go: Expired investment: £292,800
Using the latest in technology to recycle a wider range of plastics with environmentally friendlier results. Recycling Technologies have created the RT7000, a machine that processes plastic waste and recycles it into Plaxx®. This new product can be used in wax products, as well as new plastic. Plastic products that are generally considered non-recyclable such as food trays and pouches, films and crisps packets can be processed by the company's machine. Contributions in the funding round will be invested towards developing around 200 RT7000 machines per annum at the company's manufacturing site, with a 2027 target of 1300 RT7000s to be leased to other businesses. Recycling Technologies has predicted that that from 10m tonnes of plastic, 7m tonnes will be processed into Plaxx®. Furthermore, funds will be allocated to expand the team and Binn Ecopark site, as well as run a 24/7 trial on their new plant.
pledged: 151% days to go: Expired investment: £1,965,855
A facility in Newcastle recycling almost 8 tonnes of plastic every day. Impact Recycling has developed their patented BOSS technology to categorise and isolate different plastic types. This results in time and cost benefits when manufacturing goods using particular plastics, as the company can achieve over 98% purity. Their current site has been fully functional as of Q2 2018 and the company is planning to open a further five facilities by Q1 2020.
pledged: 62% days to go: Expired investment: £528,800
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