Vartega participating in the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Partner Program

(DENVER) June 1, 2016 –  Vartega Carbon Fiber Recycling is excited to announce that it has been accepted into the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Partner Program. As an Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Partner, Vartega has received access to the Autodesk Product Design Suite which includes Autodesk® Inventor and Autodesk® Fusion 360.

Our team has always had fantastic success working with Autodesk products and we’re glad to be able to partner with the great folks at Autodesk. Their products are a natural fit for our organization as we strive to be a strong influence for sustainable design and manufacturing using recycled advanced materials.

We’re looking forward to utilizing some of Autodesk’s newest tools like Fusion 360 to increase collaboration and improve productivity. These tools will help us accelerate our design cycle through real-time iteration and enable us to shorten our time to market.
— Andrew Maxey, President, Vartega Carbon Fiber Recycling
We’re seeing a shift that was unthinkable only a few years ago. Entrepreneurs everywhere step up and innovate to address the big challenges of our time. Innovation happens in the environmental and social sector. We are proud to support companies like Vartega Carbon Fiber Recycling through the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact Partner Program.
— Jake Layes, Global Director of the Autodesk Entrepreneur Impact initiative

About Vartega Carbon Fiber Recycling

Vartega Carbon Fiber Recycling LLC is a recycler of advanced materials – specifically strong and lightweight carbon fiber – used in the aerospace, automotive, wind energy, and sporting goods industries. Founded in July 2014, Vartega has developed patent pending recycling technology to address the 15,000 metric tons of carbon fiber waste that is being landfilled and incinerated every year. Vartega’s technology uses a low energy chemistry-based process to free carbon fiber filaments for use in carbon fiber nonwoven fabrics, yarns, thermoplastic pellets, and 3D printing filaments. Materials utilizing Vartega’s low-cost recycled carbon fiber can be used to lightweight automobiles resulting in improved fuel economy and reduced emissions. For more information, visit


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