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Agoprene is a materialtech startup based in Norway. Agoprene is developing furniture foam from plant fibers to help the furniture industry reduce their need for petrochemicals. 

Globally, furniture foam, which is derived from petroleum, accounts for 105 million tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. One armchair for example, emits an average of 43 kg CO2e, almost half of which is due to furniture foam.

Agoprene's foam is completely free of petrochemicals. We believe finding planet-friendly alternatives isn’t a challenge; it’s an opportunity.

 
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Did you know?

Petrochemicals are rapidly becoming the largest driver of global oil consumption? 


They are set to account for more than one third of the growth in oil demand by 2030, and nearly half by 2050, ahead of trucks, aviation and shipping.

 

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