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Energy Consumption

Because our factories are distributed at the point of use, and not in one place, the amount of energy required per kg of plastics is much lower. Each automotive manufacturing appliance consumes only 0.92 kWh of power for every kg of plastics made. Compared to 22kWh for industrial appliances. 

Plastics Optimisation

We engineer 3D printed products to offer the same mechanical performance as convention injection moulding & vacuum formed products from only 25% of the plastics. Meaning ever 1kg of captures plastics creates almost 4 times as many conventional recyclable items from the same amount of material. All at much lower energy.

Transit Emissions

Transit emissions are released when goods are transported around factories and estates or in cargo freight, across oceans, by air, road or rail. Automaty is located on site so requires no emissions for transit, but to give you a worst possible case, if a single Automedi machine is not heavily utilised but has been transported to the target site. We have included some figures for one machine amortised across a year.

Economic Stability

Automedi has been designed from the ground up to be used on-site. Its easy to use “vending machine” interface does not require training. Meaning communities and care facilities can start using it straight away. Whether in hospitals in the North of England, or disconnected communities in sub-Saharan Africa every community can participate in the health of the nation in very direct, economically prosperous ways.

Carbon Reduction

Automedi Recycles existing plastics into filament which is used in its 3D care printing network.

The unique way Automedi deploys its circular economy (aka “helical economics”) moves towards less risky use-case as plastics age. Saving emissions from freight, high energy manufacturing, and disposal and also saves these emissions from future conventionally made items that would otherwise accumulate it next time.

Automedi has the option of deploying with a first batch of recycled bioplastics, made from recycled food waste from agricultural supply chains. This seed material is then recycled within Automedi's circular economy as normal

Sustainability Charter

Automedi is committed to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Our 2020 charter presents our commitments to civilisation, social good and the climate. 


In 2015, leaders from 193 countries around the world created a plan for a brand-new future. This plan was called the UN Global Compact on Sustainability and gave rise to 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Download our sustainability charter to find out how Automedi is committed to creating a sustainable future in health.



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