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Converting Non-Recyclable Plastic Packaging

Decentralized pyrolisis machines to convert non-recylable plastic packaging back into a raw material to avoid the extraction of virgin fossil fuels

Converting Non-Recyclable Plastic Packaging back into a Raw Material

Fossil fuels are used to create plastic products, many types of plastic products are not recyclable and are destined for landfill or incineration.  New small sized pyrolisis machines can convert non-recyclable packaging back to petrol or diesel, avoiding the use of virgin resources to power vehicles or engines, or a new feedstock for plastic made from recycled content. 

We acknowledge that chemical recycling processes such as pyrolisis can be controversial and are committed to following the principles for the credibility and effectiveness of chemical recycling as captured in this position paper by the WWF.  Chemical recycling should not be used to divert resources from or compete with effective mechanical recycling processes, chemical recycling should also demonstrate a reduced carbon footprint when compared with the production of virgin resin.

Operating on decentralized scale as we intend to do means we are in a good position to meet the expectations of the principles within the WWF position statement.  


 
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