Creating new products from waste plastic
By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean by weight than fish.
Find out how our unique Cat-HTR platform chemically recycles waste plastic, otherwise sent to landfill. Alongside our global partners ReNew ELP, who are building the world’s first commercial Cat-HTR plant in the U.K and project partner Neste, the world’s leading producer of renewable diesel, our Cat-HTR technology is allowing us to recycle more plastic than ever before.
Biofuels and Biochemicals from biomass residues
Find out about how Licella’s Cat-HTR platform transforms biomass residues from the pulp and paper industry into renewable biofuels and biochemicals. Licella has a joint-venture with Canfor, a leading global producer of pulp and paper, to fully integrate the Cat-HTR into Canfor’s Prince George mill, reducing wastes and producing a brand new revenue stream.
iQ Renew: physical + chemical recycling
iQ Renew owns the exclusive Australian liscence to the Cat-HTR technology for plastic in Australia. Find out more about iQ Renew
This video explains step by step what happens to recycled material collected kerbside.
Find out what happens at a Material Recovery Facility (MRF).
A MRF is a fast-paced factory where mixed recycling comes in to be sorted into its various recyclable streams – plastic, paper, glass and aluminium. Some of the sorting is done by hand, but most is automated and done by machines. The end recyclable materials are then baled and sent on for processing into new products.
Prof Thomas Maschmeyer explains the impact of Cat-HTR on plastics
Licella Co-Founder and Technical Consultant, Professor Thomas Maschmeyer FFA FTSE, discusses how Licella’s revolutionary Cat-HTR chemical recycling platform is helping to deal with the problem of End-of-Life Plastic