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OrganoClick AB

Creating environmentally friendly, fiber-based materials out of non-toxic, bio-based chemicals, helping prevent millions of tons of carbon dioxide from being released into the atmosphere.

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Mårten Hellberg

Chief Executive Officer at OrganoClick AB

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Employees 21–50
Headquarters Sweden

OrganoClick AB is a public Swedish clean technology company that develops, produces, and markets functional materials based on environmentally friendly fiber chemistry. Their products include the durable and fire resistant wooden material OrganoWood®, the water resistant textile OrganoTex®, and the 3D molded biocomposite material OrganoComp®, which is used in furniture. Commonly used water repellents for textiles are known to be hormone disruptors. OrganoClick has developed bio-based, functional innovations that can replace common toxic chemicals. OrganoClick is also working on solutions for paper and packaging materials. By using OrganoClick's technology, the World Wildlife Foundation has calculated that more than 20 million tons of carbon dioxide can be saved annually by the reduction of raw materials.

Currently Operating in 29 Regions

Press Mentions

October 15, 2020

"Finding the driving forces for sustainable solutions"

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January 26, 2024

friluftsland-koebenhavn OrganoTex OrganoClick - OrganoClick AB

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December 15, 2023

OrganoClick's R&D Director Maria Wennman is defending and presenting her doctoral thesis on biobased binders ...

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May 23, 2023


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April 22, 2021

Top 15 sustainable startups as rated by Early Metrics

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August 19, 2020

OrganoWood signs distribution agreement Osmo Wood & Colour Canada

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