Today the Pryme company is building the value chain from feedstock supplier via petrochemical companies to fast moving consumer goods companies.
Together they have all the required expertise to move the innovations into a commercial activity that starts with non-recyclable waste plastics and ends with petrochemicals. Our innovative cleantech company has a scalable businessmodel worldwide. The feedstocks off the first plant are secured with contracted gate-fees. The permits in place for the first plant are present.
Pryme is a chemical recycling company that has developed a special technology to convert non-recyclable waste plastics into chemicals with an input capacity of 40.000T/year. We are building our plant to handle a wide range of waste plastics.
- Proven waste plastic-to-chemicals technology
- Low carbon emissions
- Business Case functions without operating subsidy
- Scalable operations
- Ample feedstocks
- Living and promoting the circular economy
- Potential to end plastic landfilling and the contamination of the earth’s oceans
- Socially responsible investment
- Energy transition
Giving plastics a circular future
We convert non-recyclable waste plastics into petrochemical products. The output can be used to create new plastics. In other words, we give plastics a circular future!
Up to 100% CO2 reduction
By developing thermal depolymerization at a molecular level, we are able to use our unique, proven technology to create petrochemical products from non-recyclable plastics. This innovative method will result in products with a low carbon and low sulfur footprint. This technology can reduce CO2 up to 100%.
Feedstock for a circular and low carbon economy
The feedstock (supply) of non-recyclable waste plastics is enormous. We use PS, PE and PP plastics (55.5% of available plastics worldwide), moving these into a circular economy instead of into a landfill. We believe that the circular economy is not just an ambition, but a process that requires concrete action.
Research and development.
First tests with a 5L reactor. Tests with feedstock.
First reactor ordered with a capacity of 5 tons per hour.
Developing and testing the plant for production.
Location decided, engineering finished, start building the first commercial production plant.