A highly sustainable solution to the rapidly growing problem of plastic waste.
- We have been chosen by Ineos Styrolution and Trinseo as their main technology provider to recycle polystyrene back to virgin-quality styrene
- We raised circa £9M from Neste, world leader renewable and circular chemical solutions, and Mirova, sustainability impact investor
- We are the third highest-growth clean-tech company in the UK by Beauhurst.
Currently Operating in Four Regions
July 10, 2019
To help people at this years British Summertime Festival recycle previously unrecyclable plastic we’ve partnered with Recycling Technologies.Read on Barclays »
November 8, 2021
UK green technology company Recycling Technologies has announced its intention to float on London's junior AIM market in an £40m IPO. Founded in 2011 byRead on CityAM »
March 19, 2020
Neste and Mirova back Recycling Technologies to accelerate transition to circular economy for plastic
Neste, one of the world's leading providers of renewable diesel, renewable jet fuel, and an expert in delivering drop-in renewable chemical solutions, and Mirova, a pioneer impact investor in...Read on Recycling Product News »
March 9, 2020
Recycling Technologies is to receive a €10-million investment from renewable diesel and jet fuel company Neste and sustainable investment manager Mirova.Read on Resource Magazine »
November 19, 2018
British firm Recycling Technologies has built a machine that transforms hard-to-recycle waste plastic into a novel raw material, called Plaxx, through a process called 'thermal cracking'.Read on U.S. »
August 13, 2018
Local Government Association calls for industry-wide approach to tackle unrecyclability of plastic packaging | Envirotec
Most of the food containers householders place in recycling bins can't actually be recycled, it appears. UK householders use around 525k tonnes of plastic pots, tubs and trays every year, but only...Read on Envirotec »
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