OMV, Borealis ink PCR feedstock agreements
By correspondent

Tomra Feedstock, a subsidiary of Norwegian sorting technology specialist Tomra (Asker;, said it has entered into a long-term feedstock supply agreement with Austrian polyolefins group Borealis (Vienna; and its parent petrochemicals group OMV (Vienna; 

From mixed post-consumer waste to sorted clean fractions: Borealis and OMV have signed up for Tomra feedstock (Photo: Tomra)

Tomra said it will provide sorted polymer types from mixed waste to be processed at a large-scale sorting facility it is building in Germany.

The facility is set for an input capacity of 80,000 t/y when it becomes operational at the end of 2025. Running on a technology pioneered by Tomra Feedstock, the plant processes presorted mixed post-consumer waste into sorted clean fractions.

Borealis said it will use the feedstock at polyolefin-based post-consumer waste recycling facilities in Europe that use its Borcycle M technology.

Related: OMV to build large-scale chemical recycling plant by 2027

OMV said it plans to use the Tomra feedstock for its patented ReOil chemical recycling technology, which transforms the feedstock into high quality sustainable raw materials for plastics production.
09.05.2024 [255180-0]
Published on 09.05.2024
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