US chemical reclaim plant for PS closer to realisation / Decision expected this year
Germany-based Ineos Styrolution (Frankfurt; and US plastics recycling company Agilyx (Tigard, Oregon; expect to decide this year whether they will build a US chemical recycling plant for polystyrene in Channahon, Illinois, a plan originally announced in late 2019.

If the plant is built, the companies plan to recycle post-consumer PS into styrene monomer (Photo: Public Domain)

Ineos Styrolution said it “anticipates completion of engineering in 2023, which will form the basis for a financial investment decision.”

Plans are to produce TruStyrenyx brand chemically recycled stryrene, which was launched last year and is the result of a collaboration between the US company and French engineering contractor Technip Energies (Paris;

The German company said the plant would be capable of processing up to 100 t per day of post-consumer PS.
03.05.2023 [252511-0]
Published on 03.05.2023
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