Recycling Technologies provides innovative solutions to help customers achieve financial gains through turning Residual Plastic Waste into a valuable resource.
Our flagship machine, the RT7000, converts Residual Plastic Waste – that is currently disposed of in landfill or incinerators – into a valuable low sulphur hydrocarbon we call Plaxx®.
Depending on site and feedstock commitments, Recycling Technologies can offer a full conversion service or just provide and install its equipment.
®, a waxy substance that can be used as energy or refined as feedstock for producing plastic.
Using Residual Plastic Waste feedstock, the WarwickFBR produces Plaxx
In the European Union alone, more than 47 million tons of waste plastic is produced each year.
Of this, around 13% is recycled. A further 18% is burned to access its potential energy.
The remainder contributes to the ever expanding problem of landfill.
Additionally, there is carbon cost of transportation. Vast quantities of mixed plastics are "exported" for lack of localised facilities.
Did You Know?
Oceans of plastic
Over the last 60 years plastic has become central to our lives and mankind has subjected the planet to a tsunami of plastic waste. Plastic Oceans provides a powerful and effective platform campaigning for, supporting and funding targeted solutions aimed at significantly reducing plastic pollution in the environment. For more videos from our supporters go to the video page. Recommended viewing
Does size matter?
When it comes to avoiding landfill, conventional wisdom has been to create large waste operations, economical by virtue of their size. These sort out valuable resources from the waste stream and then finally extract the energy from the residue. Full Article
Plastic in the circular economy
"A circular economy
is an alternative to a traditional linear economy
(make, use, dispose) in which we keep resources in use for as long as possible, extract the maximum value from them whilst in use, then recover and regenerate products and materials at the end of each service life” WRAP. Full Article
Reducing the UK’s dependency on imported energy has been an aim for some time. I doubt though that even the architects of this policy realized how quickly political dispute on Europe’s borders would demonstrate how important this aim could become.
We are continuously on the lookout for talented engineers with a Petrochemical background that are passionate about making a difference. If you are interested please get in touch.
To find out more about career opportunities at Recycling Technologies, visit our Careers Page
We are delighted to share Recycling Technologies' vision for addressing the issue of Residual Waste Plastic.
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IChemE Award Finalist
Recycling Technologies has been shortlisted for the prestigious annual Institute of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) awards in 2016. We have been selected as a finalist for the Best Business Start Up 2016. This year's IChemE Global Awards are being held in Manchester, UK, on 3 November 2016.
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SWINDON, 23rd NOVEMBER 2016 – Recycling Technologies today announced that Paul Hodges, a trusted adviser to major global chemical companies and the investment community, has joined the Recycling Technologies Board as a Non-Executive Director. READ THE FULL ARTICLE