ReNew ELP Limited, the pioneer in chemical recycling, has signed an agreement to collaborate with Neste, a world leader in the processing of renewable oils. ReNew ELP, advised by Armstrong Energy, is seeking to begin construction of its first recycling plant by the end of 2018.Read More
The construction of ReNew ELP's first commercial-scale plastics recycling facility in Wilton, UK, based on its ‘breakthrough’ Catalytic Hydrothermal Reactor technology, which allows it to chemically recycle end-of-life plastics into valuable oils and chemicals, is featured in Recycling International.Read More
Armstrongâ€™s investors committed an initial Â£1.4m investment into Gelion UK, based on innovative technology developed in the University of Sydney, which offers a low cost flexible gel-based battery. The battery chemistry uses low cost materials and can be manufactured using existing volume manufacturing facilities.Read More
Professor Thomas Maschmeyer, inventor of the catalytic hydrothermal technology used by Tourian Renewables Limited, talks to Dotun Adebayo on BBC Radio 5 about turning end of life plastics into oil and the build of the first UK plant to do so.Read More
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