Our daily life is governed by basic resources : notably liquids, in particular water, and solid materials which enable us to create equipments in the broadest sense, whether it be a house, a piece of apparatus or simply a stick.

Energy and the control of it enable us to obtain and use these basic elements of social life.

The end of the era of sedentarisation which we are currently experiencing, emphasises the chaos brought about by exploitation and overconsumption of these resources and basic methods . M.Foundation acts to facilitate recyclage thus avoiding the need for incineration, much to the dissatisfaction of coal and oil suppliers…

Liquids, amongst others, water

Every one of us is either well aware of the problem of water pollution, or has to live with it on a daily basis. M.Foundation is supporting the implementation of a technique working from an ultrasonic principle
which enables an ecological separation of liquids from solids so that each component can be re-used, thus forming part of a circular economy.

It is particularly pertinent in desalinisation of sea water for the production of a clean, drinkable water. Currently, some 1700 desalination plants, mostly among themselves, pollute the extraction zones by throwing back roughly 50 % of the water extracted and also all of the salt. The subsequent deterioration of marine plant life and a diminished fish population combine to provoke an imbalance in the local economy.

The solution supported by M.Foundation enables a recovery of practically all of the water whilst at the same time, no longer throwing back the salt into the sea. This method is exploited by various ecologic applications.


The continuous increase in world population and improvement in standards of living combine to increase demand in materials , notably for construction which requires cement. Manufacture of this involves an incineration process resulting in a heavy CO2 output. This same disadvantage can be applied to the production of steel…

M.Foundation supports a revolutionary innovation, the positive effects of which will have a determining influence on the reduction of carbon emissions.

A baby is born with no visible sign of teeth. But they will gradually form, harden and become coated with enamel in a moist environment ; in other words, the mouth. It sometimes happens as we grow older that we suffer from kidney stones. This production of material occurs from a base of resources contained within the human body and at a constant temperature. This phenomenon is now reproduced with additional advantages on laboratory benches.

In fact, by enriching the binding agent that is produced in the laboratory with other materials, an impressive range of low-carbon substitution materials can be produced with exceptional mechanical and chemical properties, enabling for example, the manufacture of cement from a base of sea water and desert sand, going against current construction procedures, as cement obtained by incineration does not tolerate salt, to revolutionise the production network for ceramic bathroom furniture …

Find out more

Storage of energy

We know full well that we have the means for long term energy storage ; it is atomic power. But, in view of the current state of the science, it is difficult to use and dangerous. The alternative rests with a mild form of exploitation, such as deriving energy sources from the sun, the wind or from sea currents…

At this stage the problem remains with the method of storage ; a battery which must be able to offer long term life to mobile objects such as vehicles. These batteries depend on the use of materials which are expensive. M.Foundation is supporting a project for the creation of a battery with none of these drawbacks.