Recycling Technologies firms up plans for Scottish pyrolysis plant

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The creators from a company behind a machine which they say can turn all post-consumer plastics into oil have distanced themselves from similar ideas in the past which failed to come to fruition.

And, at the end of February, the company, Recycling Technologies of Swindon, announced the appointment of former Viridor director of engineering, Stephen Hodges, to its “leadership board”.

In terms of feedstock, Recycling Technologies says it has already struck deals with Scottish local authorities, which will see them collect plastic separately to be used for its first formal commercial machine to be constructed in Perth later this year with funding support from Zero Waste Scotland.

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