The Commonwealth Day celebrations in Kuala Lumpur provided an excellent opportunity to present the Cat-HTR™ technology, as part of Malaysia’s Green is Great project.

ReNew ELP’s Non-Executive Director Geoff Brighty and Mura Technology’s Director Robin Chamberlayne were in attendance, presenting the Cat-HTR™ technology and its potential to help reduce plastic pollution in the environment, reduce the use of fossil resource and recognise the value of plastic.

Jo Ruxton from Plastic Oceans UK also attended, with whom Mura Technology and ReNew ELP are in partnership.

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