UK recycler to build 10 plastic waste-to-feedstock plants
Design of CPE’s first ecoPlant under construction in Teeside, UK (Image: Clean Planet Energy)
UK recycling group Clean Planet Energy (CPE, London; has signed a joint venture deal with London-based private equity group Crossroads Real Estate ( to help fund the first of 10 “plastic waste into feedstock” facilities called ecoPlants.

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the two firms said in a statement that the funding agreement could lead to more than GBP 400 mn (EUR 462 mn) of UK investment for construction of the facilities.

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The reclaim firm said sites in Lincolnshire, Gloucestershire, Lancashire, and South Wales had been identified to potentially lead the 10-site rollout, “with further locations and announcements to be made in the months ahead”.
24.11.2022 [251609-0]
Published on 24.11.2022

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