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Edizero

Biotechnological research and a collective work for an architecture of peace. This is Edizero Industrie Verdi chain. The outcome? Over 120 sustainable products that compete for price and quality in a market that has always been ravenous for water, land and hydrocarbons.

"Feeling part of a place but being connected to all the intelligences of the world, which luckily is a resource that cannot be exhausted, it has no passport or borders". This is how Daniela Ducato sums up Edizero’s philosophy. According to Fortune, she is the most innovative entrepreneur in Italy, where she has been awarded the title of “Cavaliere della Repubblica” for environmental merits by President Mattarella. The New York Times has included the products of the Edizero network in the list of innovations that can save the planet.

Philosophy is practice in Edizero: biomaterials with high technological functionality derive from the waste of raw materials. The short and uneven fibers of the wool, not usable for carpets, become thermal insulators used in geotechnics, agrotechnics, environmental engineering for the care of the sea and soil. Hemp is transformed into insulating mats for construction, which protect against electromagnetic fields and carbon dioxide. Felt biotextiles are used in thermal padding for fashion furnishing companies, in bed systems and in shockproof packaging. Cork, for which the kilometer is very short, covers roofs, walls and floors, granting acoustic and thermal insulation. Lime and raw earth dissolve in high-performance paints and smoothers. From the wine surpluses, mordant paints are created. Canapatech, Edisughero, Geolana, Ortolana, Editerra, Edilatte and Terramia: different partners build the supply chain, Edizero's "architecture for peace".

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In Guspini, in one of the poorest provinces of Italy and Europe, the expansion of space and intelligence and the circularity of the economy, are divided into supply chains that converge in Edizero’s knot. “We are not a multinational, but a multirelational, rather”, underlines Daniela Ducato. Different subjects, operating in different sectors, collaborate and contaminate each other in the creation of a sustainable industrial circuit. An architecture of people and techniques that does not dominate nature, but assimilates and transforms it, becoming nature itself.

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Edizero

Biotechnological research and a collective work for an architecture of peace. This is Edizero Industrie Verdi chain. The outcome? Over 120 sustainable products that compete for price and quality in a market that has always been ravenous for water, land and hydrocarbons.

"Feeling part of a place but being connected to all the intelligences of the world, which luckily is a resource that cannot be exhausted, it has no passport or borders". This is how Daniela Ducato sums up Edizero’s philosophy. According to Fortune, she is the most innovative entrepreneur in Italy, where she has been awarded the title of “Cavaliere della Repubblica” for environmental merits by President Mattarella. The New York Times has included the products of the Edizero network in the list of innovations that can save the planet.

Philosophy is practice in Edizero: biomaterials with high technological functionality derive from the waste of raw materials. The short and uneven fibers of the wool, not usable for carpets, become thermal insulators used in geotechnics, agrotechnics, environmental engineering for the care of the sea and soil. Hemp is transformed into insulating mats for construction, which protect against electromagnetic fields and carbon dioxide. Felt biotextiles are used in thermal padding for fashion furnishing companies, in bed systems and in shockproof packaging. Cork, for which the kilometer is very short, covers roofs, walls and floors, granting acoustic and thermal insulation. Lime and raw earth dissolve in high-performance paints and smoothers. From the wine surpluses, mordant paints are created. Canapatech, Edisughero, Geolana, Ortolana, Editerra, Edilatte and Terramia: different partners build the supply chain, Edizero's "architecture for peace".

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In Guspini, in one of the poorest provinces of Italy and Europe, the expansion of space and intelligence and the circularity of the economy, are divided into supply chains that converge in Edizero’s knot. “We are not a multinational, but a multirelational, rather”, underlines Daniela Ducato. Different subjects, operating in different sectors, collaborate and contaminate each other in the creation of a sustainable industrial circuit. An architecture of people and techniques that does not dominate nature, but assimilates and transforms it, becoming nature itself.

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Our voice from the territory

Luca Foschi was born in Cagliari in 1981. After graduating in Modern Literature, he obtained a post-graduate degree in journalism at the London School of Journalism. A freelance journalist, in 2012 she attended the course for war correspondents “Maria Grazia Cutuli”. Over the next six years he wrote from the main fronts of the Middle East for national and international publications. In 2018 he completed his PhD in Political Science at the University of Cagliari. Since 2019 he collaborates with the Mediterranean Sea and Coast Foundation.
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