Imperium Fibers are for brands, converters, and suppliers that are looking for bio-based reinforcements to replace glass and polymers.
Increase Strength While Reducing Cost, Weight, & Carbon Footprint
Lead Your Industry In Sustainable Material Innovation
One Fiber To Rule Them All.
Imperium Fiber is a carbon-negative reinforcer used for mass manufacturing.
Most manufacturers use glass and polymer reinforcers in their products. Heartland's Imperium fiber is engineered to replace other reinforcement materials.
Carbon Negative Additives
Materials We Strengthen
Augmenting Mined & Synthetic Additives
Unlocking The Sustainable Future We Need And Deserve
Heartland's fibers replace and augment additives like talc, calcium carbonate, fiberglass, and carbon black.
We work with global brands and their suppliers to predictably reduce the carbon footprint of everyday products without any retooling costs.
Carbon Footprint Reduction
Sustainable Material Innovation
Markets We Amplify
Your Sustainability Partner
Throughout The Supply Chain
Heartland partners with corn, wheat, and soy farmers to embed industrial hemp into their crop rotation. Our USDA Grant has given us unique insights into industrial hemp farming, regenerative agriculture, and carbon sequestration.
Heartland partners with plastic compounders to augment talc, calcium, and glass without any retooling costs. Our Imperium masterbatch solves dust, flammability, bonding, and bulk density problems typically associated with bio-based additives.
Heartland partners with plastic converters to ensure the hemp-filled resin is processed properly. Our team works alongside component part manufacturers to process natural fiber-filled plastic with the same molds used today.
Heartland is the sustainability partner for brands on their journey to reduce their carbon footprint. Our team helps create stakeholder alignment so companies can effectively communicate the value of sustainable material innovation.
No Retooling Costs
Heartland supplies lower-carbon-footprint materials to help manufacturers create stronger, lighter, cheaper, and more sustainable products.