For a Sustainable Future
Simple Sustainable Recycling
Our innovative low-cost low-energy process produces terephthalic acid (TPA) and mono ethylene glycol
(MEG) from post-consumer PET plastic waste.
We depolymerize all PET plastics including mixed color, multi-layer and polyester fibers at room temperature without
any additional heat or pressure.
Our process can selectively treat PET plastic in the presence of other plastics like polypropylene or polyvinyl chloride,
which is the challenge of current recycling technologies.
Our technology only involves sustainable and environmentally friendly chemicals.
A Sustainable Circular Economy for PET
We are closing the loop on PET production by recycling post-consumer PET plastic waste.
Our products are then directly used to remade new PET plastic.
Cleaning our landfills and oceans
By implementing our technology, we are determined to recycle millions of tons of waste plastics that are polluting our natural environment back into the production system.
Reduce reliance on oil
Our technology can reduce our dependence on oil products in production of 100% recycled PET resins
For every ton of plastic that we recycle, we save the equivalent of:
10 passengers flying
London - New York
4 EU Households annual
431 less trees being
cut down and used
A car travelling around the world
18 Barrels of burnt
Meet the Team
Key Leaders & Advisors
Dr Samantha Anderson
CEO & Founder
Sam has a Ph.D in chemistry from EPFL - Valais and is passionate about developing sustainable chemistry businesses that help fight global issues we current face.
Dr Christopher Ireland
CSO & Co-Founder
Chris has a Ph.D from Liverpool University, and over 10 years experience as a materials chemist. He is enthusiastic about using science to solve the worlds environmental challenges.
CTO & Co-Founder
Bardiya is a Ph.D candidate in chemical engineering at EPFL. His ambition is to pave the way for a shift toward a sustainable chemical industry by combining his experience in academia and industry.
Prof. Berend Smit (EPFL)
Simon Johnson (EPFL)
Eric Plan (The Ark, CleanTechAlps)