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Chip[s] Board® was founded with a mission to develop sustainable alternatives to the everyday materials currently in use.

We are pioneering new environmentally friendly alternatives using a circular economy approach to drive our innovation. Commercial success and the ability to use existing processes and machinery is key to ensuring our materials can create significant change to the current industry.

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Circular Economy

Chip[s] Board® was developed around the values of a circular economy, combining research and innovation to maximise the abundant resources not currently being utilised and improve the well-being of the planet.

Cradle to Cradle certification is a key milestone we aim to achieve for all our materials as the company develops. Ensuring our products are kept within the circular economy is important, so we are developing collection strategies and education policies for what to do with the materials at the end of their life.


Plastic pollution has hit a catastrophic high, with only a staggeringly low 15% making it to recycling facilities


Environmental Impact

Plastic pollution has hit a catastrophic high, with only a staggeringly low 15% making it to recycling facilities. Blue Planet did an amazing job to spotlight the challenges surrounding single use plastics, however this is the wrong end of the iceberg, with durable plastic goods making up 61%3 of the market.

With limited focus and solutions for the end of life of durable plastic goods, industries such as the automotive, fashion and interior design are responsible for generating over 161 million tonnes of landfill waste each year.

From buttons to bookcases, spectacles to school chairs and car doors to countertops, there’s a huge range of durable items that need to be brought into a circular economy through the use of sustainable alternatives to petroleum plastics, offering multiple end of life scenarios.

Our vision at Chip[s] Board ltd is to produce true circular economy bioplastics, using abundant waste as a feed source.


“Natural capital is one of our most valuable assets. The air we breathe, the water we drink, the land we live on, and the stock of material resources we use in our daily lives are at the heart of our economy, our society and our way of life. We must not take these for granted.”

UK Gov Resource & Waste Strategy policy paper 2018