• Licella

    Pioneering technology for a lower carbon future

  • Cat_HTR

    A true circular solution for problem plastic

  • Cat_HTR

    Australian innovation with global impact

The global leaders in hydrothermal upgrading

With over AU$75M invested already in the Cat-HTR platform, it is now commercial-ready as we work with our partners to build the world’s first commercial-scale hydrothermal upgrading plants.

Licella’s feedstock strategy saves cost and reduces our carbon footprint, transforming waste and residues into valuable biofuels and biochemicals.

Latest News

Licella CEO speaks to 3AW Melbourne breakfast radio hosts Ross and John

Licella on 3AW Melbourne radio with Ross and John

Licella CEO, Dr Len Humphreys, was interviewed by popular Melbourne radio show 3AW on how our Cat-HTR technology is providing an innovative solution to End-of-Life Plastic

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Licella on ABC 730 Report: Have Australian scientists discovered a recycling solution to our plastic problem?

Watch Licella and our Cat-HTR feature on ABC 7.30 Report

Dr Len Humphreys, Licella CEO, was interviewed by ABC’s 730 Report about recycling in Australia and the opportunity to transition to a circular economy.

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The Australian: PM backs local tech to end global plastic waste

PM backs local tech to end global plastic waste

When PM Scott Morrison addressed the UN General Assembly he gave a huge boost, in front of a global audience, to a new technology for recycling plastics…It will help make achievable “a truly circular economy”

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Professor Thomas Maschmeyer: Recycling is not a waste problem, it’s a resource opportunity

SMH: Recycling is not a waste problem, it's a resource opportunity

Professor Thomas Maschmeyer shares his thoughts on the Australian recycling industry issues and opportunities in this piece for The Sydney Morning Herald.

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