Ineos Styrolution has decided to go ahead and invest in Europe’s first polystyrene advanced recycling pilot plant in Swindon, UK. Partnering with Recycling Technologies, the company is all set to establish the project by 2022 which will be based on Recycling Technologies’ fluidised bed reactor technology.
Ineos Styrolution, Recycling Technologies and Trinseo have advanced in their plans to construct commercial polystyrene (PS) recycling plants in Europe. The three companies aim to make PS a circular material through depolymerization.
Wir stellen neue Verfahren, Werkstoffe und Maschinen aus dem Bereich der Additiven Fertigung vor: Von den Möglichkeiten der 2-Photonen Polymerisation über ein Edelstahlfilament und ein Elastomerpulver bis zu einem Inkjet-3D-Farbdrucker.
The aim of the collaboration is to develop a depolymerisation-based process which is capable of converting complex plastic waste back to recyclable materials. The new recyclable material is also expected to comply with food contact regulations so that it can be used for future packaging solutions.