||To inspire and grow the global composite recycling community through innovation in technology and manufacturing, that transforms carbon fiber scrap into products that positively impact people’s lives and our environment
||The CRTC is working hard to improve the lives of families in Clallam County and create exciting and innovative products from carbon fiber scrap. We strongly believe that we must find ways to keep the over 50 million pounds of carbon fiber scrap generated around the world from going to landfill where it will essentially last multiple generations. This space age material is as strong as steel at one third the weight. We employ 18 team members now and are working on projects that could help employ several hundred people. We work closely with Peninsula College and have several student interns on the team. All donations are greatly valued and will be used to help us hire more people and advance projects that could have a huge economic impact on our community. We would truly appreciate your help and support.
|Partnerships & Affiliations
||Toray Composite Materials America, Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation (IACMI), Peninsula College, University of Washington, Washington State University, University of Tennessee, Port Angeles Business Association, Clallam County EDC, Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce, ELG Carbon Fibre, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, American Composite Manufacturers Association