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Cleantech

Trashstock is a cleantech startup aimed at developing a circular economy platform – a tool to help people counteract the effects of climate change.

The platform

Trashstock platform will streamline every link in the business chain by connecting all market participants in order to significantly reduce and reuse waste.

Trashstock cloud-based online and mobile platform will provide an easy access to product materials breakdown.

Artificial Intelligence

Trashstock will use AI algorithms to effectively:
– track and verify sustainable products
– minimize operational carbon footprint – maximize material data flow between all market participants

Founders

Trashstock, LLC was established by Kasia and Wojtek Sokolowski, siblings and owners of SOKKA – the renown European industrial design company.

They have been the recipients of numerous international prestigious awards, counting iF Design Awards, ORLEN Poles with Verve poll, Design Management Award, Henkel Experimental Design Award, Stile Italiano Giovani Car Design Award, Ferrari “New concepts of the Myth”.

Why?

‘During our design career we’ve been witnessing the negative impact of business and industry on the environment. Progressing environmental degradation made us realise that we need to do something about that now.’

Kasia Sokolowska Trashstock founder

Partners & investors

In Trashstock, we belive that creating a fully circular economy needs to be a common effort.

Contact us if your company would like to join the Trashstock circular economy platform development program. We look forward to creating partnerships with various industries. Be the change!

News

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A circular economy is a closed-loop system designed to keep resources and materials in the system for as long as possible.

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A circular economy could increase the efficiency of primary resource

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An estimated 80% of a product’s environment impact is determined at the design stage.