c2renew's biocomposite compounds are made from agriculture residuals along with recycled or virgin plastics from petroleum or renewable resources
c2renew has experience using a multitude of agricultural inputs as fillers in our materials. -flax fiber -flax shive -soybean hull -wood flour -sunflower hull -sugar beet pulp
our knowledgeable engineers can design and test solutions using a full suit or 3D design, finite element analysis (FEA) and mold simulation software
c2renew inc. is a material designer and custom compounder. we utilize proprietary bio-composite formulations to meet a wide range of engineering specifications. with bio-composite materials made of recycled plastics and locally sourced agricultural byproducts, our materials support both the environment and the community.
on top of designing the material, we also provide a range of engineering services. our team of experienced engineers will guide your business through every step of the design, manufacturing, and testing process. ensuring your plastic or composites components are developed effectively and to your specifications.
“c2renew are experts in their field. they are very easy to work with and we look forward to working with them more in the future.”
ceo - biomaterial supply company
meet the c2crew
the co-founder and ceo of c2renew, corey, sums up his role, “i am the train conductor. I make sure the trains stay on the tracks and leave the station on time.” when not keeping the trains moving at c2renew, corey is also the co-founder and ceo of c2sensor, a sister company of c2renew, developing biodegradable SEED sensors for precision farming.
the co-founder and cto of c2renew, chad primarily focuses on the development and commercialization of c2renew’s products and materials. when not working on the next ground breaking biocomposite for c2renew, chad is also an associate professor and associate chair of the mechanical engineering department at NDSU. with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, master's and PhD in materials engineering, chad provides unique insights on material design, manufacturing, and testing.
as a project engineer, rachel's responsibilities at c2renew are ever changing. she primarily focuses on sourcing, manufacturing, materials testing, product design, and product analysis. starting out as an intern while attending NDSU for her bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, rachel has quickly moved through the company and become an essential member of the c2crew.
the research and development engineer here at c2renew, jessica, oversees both the internal and external research and development of our projects. after receiving her bachelor’s degree in aerospace engineering with a minor in astrophysics from the university of minnesota, jessica moved to fargo to obtain her master's and PhD in mechanical engineering from NDSU. having focused on the use of biomass as reinforcement in engineered thermoplastics, for her PhD, jessica was a perfect fit for c2renew.