- Be a world leading, sustainable and profitable producer of synthetic second generation fuels and feedstocks for new plastics from end-of-life plastic
- Reduce end-of-life plastic waste hardly recyclable through traditional means
- Develop local solutions, fuels, products and opportunities
- Contribute to the improvement of the environment
- Produce synthetic fuels and synthetic hydrocarbon products locally, boosting local economies
- Earn low risk, attractive returns for investors and clients
Plastic Energy has industrial plants in Seville and Almeria, Spain. The plants are modular and they are built with capacity to process 20 tonnes of plastic waste a day.
Who we are...
We are an industry first mover with proven, scalable patented technology with the capability of processing all kinds of plastics using an anaerobic process without combustion.
Plastic Energy's UK based team of technology specialists have 10 years' experience of developing the unique, patented thermal anaerobic technology (TAC) process which enables conversion to fuel, oil and other products and plastic2plastic.
We are benchmarking our plants in Seville and Almeria and always looking for ways to improve production in a ground breaking and environmentally friendly way.
Member of the ACC
We are members of the Plastic to Oil Technology Alliance Group within the American Chemistry Council to raise awareness about recycling technologies.
We have a partnership with Loughborough University and prioritise research and development, building on the innovative work undertaken by our highly professional technology team.
We are backed by
Modular industrial plant specialists
Workers at one of Plastic Energy's industrial plants get ready to go through the commissioning stage plastic waste a day, converting it into fuel, oil and other products and plastic2plastic through chemical recycling.
Plastic Energy will lead the way into a future of better quality synthetic second generation fuels and products produced from non-recyclable plastic waste, putting as much as possible of the $300 billion worth of plastic dumped in landfills each year, to good use.