8 stories about UBQ
ג'ק טאטו ביכיו מנכ"ל ומייסד משותף UBQ Materials ב מפעל ב קיבוץ צאלים

UBQ raises $70 million to develop advanced materials from waste

13.09.23|Meir Orbach
The Israeli startup converts residual household waste diverted from landfills or incineration, including all organics, into an advanced thermoplastic material that is both climate-positive and highly recyclable
מייסד שותף ומנכ”ל UBQ Materials ג’ק ביג’יו

UBQ Materials: The alchemist turning waste into reusable plastic

18.04.22|Meir Orbach and Raphael Kahan
The startup collects garbage from dumps and turns it into useful products
ועידת האנרגיה Jack Tato Bigio

“Taking something that is a burden on humanity and bringing it back to consumption”

02.12.21|Daniel Farber-Ball
That is how Jack Bigio, the co-founder and co-CEO of UBQ Materials, described what his company does. “We are saving landfills, we are saving materials, and we are replacing oil-based materials.”
UBQ Keter Iftach Tato

Keter Group and UBQ Materials partner to bring sustainable garden goods

19.04.21|James Spiro
The Israeli partnership will help Keter reach its sustainability goal incorporated in its products
Tato Jack Bigio UBQ

Israel’s UBQ Materials and Clairion declared winners of SustainIL Startup Competition

28.01.21|James Spiro
The companies were selected from more than 100 applicants in the Cleantech space
Tato Bigio UBQ Materials

"The planet’s future looks amazing” and it’s because of millennials, says UBQ Co-Founder

20.12.20|James Spiro
With young people in the streets and now in the offices too, there's a lot to be optimistic about, says maker of climate-positive raw materials
אטו ביג'יו מנכל UBQ

UBQ Materials to establish waste conversion plant in the Netherlands

03.09.20|James Spiro
UBQ converts landfill-destined waste into a sustainable, bio-based thermoplastic material. The new plant comes following EU demand to increase the use of plastic alternatives
אטו ביג'יו מנכל UBQ

Israel’s Trash Could Be Mercedes’ Treasure

21.01.20|Udi Etsion
The automaker will be piloting the use of a plastic alternative produced by Israel-based UBQ, which developed a process to recycle residual municipal solid waste into a plastic-like raw material