L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, Vaucluse Apr 24, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Is it possible to use green technology in alumina refineries? Yes! iB2 has done it! How did it come about? By developing a revolutionary and environmentally friendly process for using lower quality bauxite.
The result: by exploiting previously neglected deposits closer to home, refineries import less and considerably improve their carbon footprint. Better still, they are making a virtuous contribution to the promotion of the circular economy.
In this way, iB2 technology not only reduces waste production but also recovers it through the production of a product that is highly sought after by the cement industry: tobermorite.
Romain Girbal, Managing Partner of iB2, said "In addition to the financial and strategic advantages of this iB2 invention, its ecological benefits are particularly striking."
iB2 have initiated their commercial operations by joining forces with significant players in the market. This includes inking an agreement with a major Chinese aluminium company and entering a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Saudi aluminium manufacturer Ma'aden.
In short, for IB2 all the flashing lights are green.
IB2 is a green industrial tech company which has developed a breakthrough environment friendly technology for alumina refineries. The technology was developed by a team of 10 professionals cumulating 300 years of experience in the bauxite and alumina industry, especially in Bayer process and all types of bauxites. IB2 is currently in the industrialization phase and in advanced discussions with multiple clients to start the first plants within the next 12 months.
About Romain Girbal
Romain Girbal is co-founder of iB2.
After studying French and Spanish business law at the University of Paris X (Nanterre) and international trade at the University Carlos III (Madrid), he obtained a master's degree in business law and international management at HEC Paris in 2007.
Romain Girbal is a graduate of Harvard Business School where he studied the OPM program for entrepreneurs.
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