Thermal insulation in the construction industry mainly consists of blow-in insulation materials made from recycled paper. IsoCott offers an alternative solution for building insulation with their blow-in insulation material made from recycled textiles. In doing so, they are addressing the increasing decline of waste paper as a resource and addressing the nearly 90 per cent of textile waste that has previously only been incinerated or landfilled. Using otherwise discarded cotton for insulation requires no water and reduces the need for primary raw materials. Since the production takes place entirely in Switzerland, delivery routes and CO2 emissions are reduced. With the CBI Booster, IsoCott can address the scaling of the production process and conduct a lifecycle assessment.