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.Find Out More
Discover HydroPRS™The Process
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.
ReNew ELP are Proud Members of:
ReNew ELP and Global Home Appliance Brand Grundig Agree Partnership to Recycle Washing Machine Microfibre Filters
ReNew ELP Select Emerson to provide Automation Technologies
ReNew ELP Announces Plastic Feedstock Supplier and Compliance Agreements
Mura Technology Announce Partnership with Dow Chemicals
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