Company Details

CLS Environmental Technologies Limited

Lion Rock 72, 1/F, InnoCentre 72 Tat Chee Avenue Kowloon Tong, Kowloon
'+852 61822776
Dr. Oliver Yeung

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CLS Environmental Technologies is a cutting-edge climate tech startup focused on converting waste biomass into high-value materials such as graphene. These materials can be utilized in various industries, including building materials, construction, electronic devices, polymers, and batteries. In addition, the company has developed innovative recycling technologies that address the challenge of recycling difficult or expensive wastes.

CLS Environmental Technologies' commitment to sustainability and innovation is demonstrated by its approach to tackling environmental problems through creating value for various industries. With our pioneering expertise in waste conversion and recycling, CLS Environmental Technologies is poised to make a significant impact on the environment and the economy by offering sustainable solutions for waste management and high-value material production.

Our team has developed a technology using resistive heating to synthesize graphene from bio-source materials. This technology can homogenously transform raw materials into graphene and has been successfully applied to upgrading wood-derived Laser Induced Graphene (LIG). With our proprietary technologies, high quality graphene can be produced from natural carbon resources. The team is now working on scaling up the process to an industrial level.

This developing technology is expected to offer numerous innovations and benefits, including the use of organic waste and natural carbon resources as feedstock instead of natural gas, faster process time, ultra-short reaction time to maximize product yield, minimal production emissions and no chemical wastewater treatment required, better performance in terms of cumulative energy demands, minimizing global warming potential and cumulative water use compared to other graphene production methods, small machinery footprint suitable for densely populated cities like Hong Kong, as well as the ability to add value to the recycling industry and generate carbon offset.