Tourian Renewables secures the rights to build a commercial waste upgrading plant

Tourian Renewables Limited, a company advised by Armstrong Energy, is pleased to announce it has secured the rights to build its commercial waste upgrading plant having signed a sub-license from Armstrong Chemicals Limited. The Tourian plant is scheduled to be operational in 2018 and will be located on the Wilton International site in the North East of England. It will be capable of upgrading up to 20,000 tonnes of End of Life Plastic to a high value middle distillate fuel.

Gary Toomey, Managing Director of Tourian, commented, “The signing of the sub-license is a significant milestone for Tourian and now solidifies its investment into Teesside.” He added, “In developing this Cat-HTR facility we will be reducing plastic waste currently being sent to landfill while creating over 30 new jobs in the region.”

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