SCALABLE SOLUTIONS

CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT WASTE

At Fiberight, we foster technology that creates more environmentally friendly and economically sustainable processes to recover, recycle and repurpose valuable material found in every day household waste.

Our environmentally friendly process works with existing consumer behavior to enhance local recycling efforts and the upgraded commodities allow us to access and market to an expanded number of manufacturing sectors. All of this results in a more sustainable and profitable resource recovery solution for our partner communities.

Our proprietary recycling model can be implemented in a “mini-mill” concept, with plant facilities easily sited in urban or industrial locations. Our team of international scientists and engineers are currently commissioning our first commercial plant in Maine, USA scheduled to come online in 2019.

We offer real world solutions to help reverse the global environmental pollution crisis and increase recycling rates on a local level. But to find success, we had to change the way we thought … about waste.

According to a U.S. Department of Environmental Protection 2012 waste analysis, most of the contents of everyday trash in the US are recyclable materials. With recycling rates stagnating in many countries, including the US and UK, valuable materials such as food, paper and plastic are remaining in household waste destined to be lost forever.

We have redefined “waste” as “RESOURCE” and are leading the way to a more sustainable future by implementing the next generation of recycling technology to recover those wasted materials, upgrade them and market the new value-added products as commodities.

Total MSW Generation (by Material), 2013 | Source: EPA.gov
Total MSW Generation (by Material), 2013 | Source: EPA.gov

Our Mission

Fiberight is committed to a sustainable future by improving the economic and environmental well-being of our global community. Our mission is to foster a technology that creates more environmentally friendly and economically sustainable processes to recover, recycle and repurpose valuable material found in every day household waste.

Clean, Dry Recyclables
Plastic Films
Cellulose-Rich Fiber
Platform Sugars
Lignin-Rich Fiber
Bio-Methane

Fiberight Leadership

The company, based in the US and UK, was established in 2007 by Craig Stuart-Paul and Nick Thompson.
Fiberight is led by a seasoned management and engineering team combining expertise in waste management, chemical, mechanical, biotech and process engineering.

Steve Davey

Steve Davey

Chief Executive Officer, Fiberight Global Holdings.

Mr. Davey has experience in sales, business development, and senior management in different industries including specialty chemicals, and industrial biotechnology. Read more >>>

Craig Stuart-Paul

Craig Stuart-Paul

Founder and Executive VP, Fiberight Global Holdings. CEO, Fiberight LLC.

Mr. Stuart-Paul has been involved in the science, operations and management of the recycling business for almost two decades, starting with the formation of Resource Recovery of Maryland in 1994. Read more >>>

Nick Thompson

Nick Thompson

FOUNDER, VP OF TECHNOLOGY, FIBERIGHT GLOBAL HOLDINGS

Mr. Thompson has worked in a variety of manufacturing sectors including food, chemicals and building materials for over 30 years. Read more >>>

Alan Iantosca

Alan Iantosca

VICE PRESIDENT, ENGINEERING & PROJECTS, FIBERIGHT LLC.

Mr. Iantosca has over 30 years of experience in the chemicals process, power and the water/waste water industries. Read more >>>

Richard C Faint, Jr.

Richard C Faint, Jr.

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER, FIBERIGHT GLOBAL HOLDINGS.

Mr. Rick Faint is Chief Financial Officer of Fiberight. He is a reformed lawyer who has been a serial entrepreneur for 35 years. Read more >>>

Carl F. Knowlton

Carl F. Knowlton

VP, Head Corporate Dev. and Asset Mgmt., Fiberight Global Holdings

Mr. Knowlton is a senior finance professional with an extensive track record of success originating infrastructure investment in the utility, transportation and project finance sectors. Read more >>>

By design, Fiberight technology lends itself to being implemented in any market around the globe, regardless of domestic habits, recycling mandates or collection infrastructure.

Each year, nations generate 1.3 billion tons of waste. That’s expected to soar to 4 billion tons by 2100, according to Ede Ijjasz-Vasquez, senior director for the World Bank’s Social, Urban, Rural and Resilience Global Practice.

Our environment is suffering from inadequate or diminishing disposal and recycling options for household waste. Fiberight sees the problem. We recognize the urgency. Let us work with you to tailor a scalable resource recovery solution to your regional requirements.

WE DEFINE WASTE AS A RESOURCE

OUR MISSION GUIDES OUR COMMITMENT

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