Xampla recognised for ‘pioneering’ innovation in cleantech

XAMPLA has been named one of the world’s most promising Global Cleantech companies.

The business pioneers materials which replace single-use plastics. Xampla’s products biodegrade completely and safely at the end of life. Its tech has applications in flexible films, microcapsules and coatings and has launched to market in partnership with brands such as Britvic and Gousto.

Each year, The Global Cleantech 100 ranks the ‘most innovative and promising’ ideas in cleantech, Xampla explained. The list is released by the Cleantech Group. Chosen from over 11,000 nominations combined with the Cleantech Group’s research data and an expert panel, Xampla is one of the 21 companies chosen as leaders in the materials and chemical sector.

The listing follows recent award success for Xampla. In the past year the company has been awarded Best New Business at the World Food Innovation Awards, Sustainable Innovation Award at the SEAL Business Sustainability Awards, and has been shortlisted as a finalist for Tom Ford’s Plastic Innovation Prize.

Pete Hutton, executive chair of Xampla, said, “We are honoured to be recognised as one of 100 leading companies across the world that is pioneering innovation to solve tomorrow’s technology challenges. We are committed to scaling up our world-first technology, by providing drop-in, high performance, natural replacements for the most polluting plastics.

“This accreditation is an incredibly exciting way to kickstart 2023 and we look forward to announcing further product developments and brand collaborations over the next 12 months.”