The Materials Network

turning waste streams into revenue streams
for cross-sector supply-chain transformation

Designed for cycles

a platform built for material streams & their multitudes of forms

Supporting an eco-system

where one organization’s waste becomes another organization’s resource

Unlocking Collaboration

generating new business opportunities for experimentation and job creation


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South America

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Connecting a global network of regional nodes supporting cross-sector, multi-stakeholder solutions for secondary materials and by-products.

Putting organisations at the forefront of the transition to a circular economy with new opportunities for sustainable growth, innovation, increased entrepreneurship and access to new markets.

Promoting a green transition not only for industry but society at large, supporting carbon neutrality and a circular bio-based economy with digitalisation. Enabling resilience to become less reliant on foreign supply chains.

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Material waste streams lack visibility

Marketplaces are sector specific

Quality secondary materials are hard to source

Limited cross-sector value chains

Multiple certification systems

Waste comes in many forms

Availability is not consistent

Materials are not yet available (ie in buildings)

Local & Regional supply may not meet the demand



->     Solution

->     Visualise the ecosystem

->     Support ALL sectors

->     Make sourcing and identification easy

->     New business opportunities & supply chains

->     Certification Filter

->     Support unit variations

->     Custom and recurring order cycles

->     Advance ordering (ie prior to deconstruction)

->     Connect a network of nodes for a new global supply chain


How will being a network member work?

  • Profile: Registering your enterprise and setting up a profile on the Materials Network.
  • As a member you can offer your materials through multiple Materials Network marketplaces via new partnerships and collaboration using our enterprise permissions features.
  • Ability to trade materials in cycles based on the frequency and schedule of your supply cycle.
  • Access to the Member Newsletter, webinars and support documentation
  • Support Getting Started: While you are getting started you might need extra support and training.  
  • Custom Support: As you progress, you may like a little extra help with some of our custom features.  We offer additional support, as well as software integration assistance and more.
  • Active members get a say in which new features get prioritised in line with our Network Governance (in development)

Members gain access to core features including:

  • Personalised marketplace with custom images and social media links.
  • B2B as well as B2C transactions
  • Enterprise visualised on the eco-system map
  • Public or private marketplaces based on your preferences
  • Unlimited listing of materials and certifications
  • Inventory management
  • The ability to connect with partners for collaboration
  • Potential to develop service hubs such as logistics, transport, repair, disassembly services and more
  • Ability to add your own enterprise fees for transport, packing, sales, administration or even fundraising for a good cause
  • Enterprise fees are flexible based on your unique needs (flat rates, flat percentage, per order, per item, by weight and more)
  • Matchmaking opportunities and services

Q1 2024


Aligning project partners and networks in strategic regions internationally and identifying potential funding opportunities alongside research institutions.

If you are interested in collaborating as a key partner connecting your regional/national ecosystem including  industrial parks, member networks, sector networks, research partners, or other regional partners.

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Q1 2024

Q2 2024

Learning Network

Supporting the co-creation of a shared mission, values, business model & network governance. Including workshops to introduce the methodology to identify the roles and stakeholders in regional eco-systems

Q2 2024

Q3 2024


Development and publication of the User Guide and our first open Network Webinars

Q3 2024

Q4 2024


Onboarding new members and networks

Q4 2024

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