Each year, approximately 8 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean.1

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Seeking to Change the Way the World Views Plastic Waste

ReNew ELP see waste plastic not as a problem waste which should be buried or burned at the expense of the environment, but as a ready-resource that can be recycled, contributing to a circular economy for plastic and a low-carbon, sustainable future.

At the forefront of advanced recycling, ReNew ELP utilise innovative process HydroPRS™ (Hydrothermal Plastic Recycling System) from Mura Technology, which uses supercritical steam to convert hard-to-recycle plastics, such as flexible, multi-layer and contaminated materials, into fossil-replacement feedstocks for use in the manufacture of new plastics and other products.

This helps to crate a circular economy for plastic – diverting those materials that cannot be recycled via traditional means away from landfill and incineration and into recycling – reducing unnecessary Single about-us/Use Plastics (SUPs) and reducing carbon emissions and plastic pollution.

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Key HydroPRS™ Process Benefits

HydroPRS™ is inherently scalable. The use of supercritical water offers highly efficient, homogenous heat transfer for efficient and stable conversion. 

The process offers a much higher scope for recycling all major types of plastic, including hard-to-recycle flexible and rigid multi-layered materials.

Homogeneous reaction conditions allow the cracking rate to be controlled during operation, contributing to high yields of hydrocarbon products.

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