Please wait, loading...

 
Call+447707299379, +8801754379761
OfficesHouse 108, Flat E2 Road 11, Block-C Banani, Dhaka-1213
Visit our social pages
WHAT’S MISSING?

Jute
The golden fibre of Bangladesh

Jute is one of the most affordable natural fibers, and second only to cotton in the amount produced and variety of uses. Jute fibers are composed primarily of the plant materials cellulose and lignin.
WHAT’S New?

The new substitute of
plastic bag is Jute Polymer!

A Bangladeshi scientist has synthesized a polymer from jute fiber which can be used to create a kind of bag that works, looks and feels like a polythene bag but without the negative environmental impact.
WHAT’S MISSING?

Shift yourself
To eco friendly products

Jute poly is made by jute and it has the same potency of polythene bag that is 100% eco-friendly, recyclable and will be merged with soil within 3 – 4 months.
WHAT’S MISSING?

Shift yourself
To eco friendly products

Jute poly is made by jute and it has the same potency of polythene bag that is 100% eco-friendly, recyclable and will be merged with soil within 3 – 4 months.
“Around 99% of the feedstock for plastics is fossil fuels, so we are looking at the same companies, like Exxon and Shell, that have helped create the climate crisis. There is a deep and pervasive relationship between oil and gas companies and plastics.”

Louise Edge / Greenpeace
“It is by working with these companies, with policy makers, with cities, with innovation to design bio-benign products – that we will tackle this.
There isn’t a company out there which wants to see its logo in the ocean or in a river”

Dame Ellen MacArthur / The Ellen MacArthur Foundation, 2017.
“If we continue like this, by 2050, we will have more plastic in the ocean than fish,”

Habib El-Habr / an expert on marine litter, UN environment, programme Kenya
https://quantumpolychemics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Mubarak_Khan-160x160.jpg

Dr. Mubarak Ahmad Khan

Dr. Mubarak Ahmad Khan is Chief Scientific Officer (CSO) and Director General of Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. He is now working as Scientific Advisor of Bangladesh Jute Mills Corporation, Ministry of Jute and Textiles, Bangladesh.
Chief Scientific Officer
Quantum Polychemics
https://quantumpolychemics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/118458930_846308102843566_1108040931759407637_n-160x160.jpg

Zahin Razeen

Applied Mathematician by training and endorsed as future world changer by the University of Glasgow. Started two successful up-starts. His pragmatic research exploits in A.I has gotten him acknowledgements from TechCrunch, CES and NATO. As a
Clinton Global Initiative and Resolution fellow he advocates for UN SDG's.
Founder & CE0
Quantum Polychemics
https://quantumpolychemics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Rizvana-Hredita-converted-160x160.jpg

Rizvana Hredita

A former RBC capital markets analyst with experience in corporate loan management. She is the Co-Founder and CFO of Quantum Polychemics. She also spearheads Hydroquo+ and Lingwing Ed-Tech financials.
CF0, Co-founder
Quantum Polychemics
https://quantumpolychemics.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/118521624_1468300353362248_7852964515563228346_n-160x160.jpg

Cameron

Cameron is an economic history graduate who has interned at the Scottish Exchequer (treasury), a Member of Parliament’s office, and the manufacturing lobbying firm EEF. While at Glasgow University, the London School of Economics, and during internships, he has spent much of his time analyzing innovation policy.
Co-founder & Chief Operating Officer
Quantum Polychemics

Institutional Association

Our Research Institute
GET SOLUTIONS FAST
Our technology stands alone as a renewable and fully biodegradable earth friendly plastic substitute, that can be tuned to hundreds of short and long-term applications at a competitive price point.
OUR OFFICES

Get in Touch

Come and visit our office or simply send us an email anytime you want. We are open to all suggestions from our clients.
Address
House 108, Flat E2, Road 11, Block-C, Banani, Dhaka-1213
Call us
+447707299379,
+8801754379761
Email us
info@quantumpolychemics.com
zahinrazeen@quantumpolychemics.com