Despite the fact that the fashion industry is estimated to be contributing to 10% of the global carbon emission to produce clothing, a large share of clothing ends up as waste and is burned, eventually causing further harm to the environment. To put this into perspective, each year in Denmark, 677 tons of unused clothes are burned.
Eseba will counter this trend with its first product: Lixo, a durable and malleable material made from textile waste, poised to replace plastic in products.
Vision: Through biotechnology, we’re transforming textile waste into a plastic alternative, while reducing textile waste across industries, leading a sustainable and innovative future.
Eseba's mission is to build the world's best AI-powered, automated, and scalable production plant for upcycling textile waste. Our cutting-edge technologies include AI and robotics, setting us apart as industry leaders
When we started to look for problems in the society, we found an enourmous opportunity in textile waste to offer a solution to two problems – reducing textile waste that end up being burned meanwhile creating sustainable products and substitute plastic.
The future of products is textile-based.
This is the material everyone has been waiting for. Upcycling has never been so sustainable.
We believe that products should always be re-used and not wasted.
We are, Eseba a startup from DTU that strives to become the leading upcycling manufacturing company in the textile waste industry with our first product called Lixo, which is an innovative and sustainable material.
Our production method is based on securing minimal consequences to the external environment.
Eseba is part of Niras Green Tech Hub, where we have production facilities. We receive consulting engineering assistance from Niras. Our Advisory Board consists of leading professors from DTU, a former Sustainability Director at Niras and Serial entrepreneurs from technical startups.
Eseba is based on a sustainable circular business model in which we aim to contribute to practical solutions to reach the targets of UN Goals, particularly SDG Goal 12: Responsible consumption and production.
The name, Eseba says it all. It's a Portuguese expression that means “to celebrate something outstanding or extraordinary".
We wanted the name to celebrate the technology which will cause less textile waste on our planet.
In the future, we will witness a diverse range of industries integrating products crafted from textile waste.
Our partners will be companies and designers who also believe in a future that uses textile waste for the good.
With some effort, we’ll get Eseba passing the finish line together. The future of products is textile-based.
If you would like to contribute to make industries more sustainable and make beautifull products and on the same time push Eseba forward then do not hestitate to reach out to us via firstname.lastname@example.org