We need to move away from

Conventional waste collecting

In conventional waste collecting programs only a small part of plastic waste is separated, collected and mechanically or chemically recycled including pyrolysis, but most plastic waste is still landfilled or incinerated. Oil refining is needed to convert fossil fuel into new plastics.

The Beryl Process

With the Beryl Process we will be able to use all collected plastics as 100% raw material for new plastics. Energy loss per cycle is very limited. As a result only limited amounts of new plastics – less than 10% – will have to be produced from fossil fuel.