Bin2Barrel builds plastic-to-fuels plant at Port of Amsterdam

May 10, 2018 |

In the Netherlands, in the port of Amsterdam construction has started on a new facility that will convert non-recyclable plastic into fuel for the transport sector, which will cut down CO emission by 57,000 tons per year. It is the first project of Bin2Barrel, a Dutch company focusing on the development of Plastic-to projects. This is how synthetic materials that could not be reused otherwise will now become reusable in a useful application, while at the same time offering a more sustainable alternative for traditional transport fuels. The ultimate goal is application of the produced substances in the production of new synthetic materials, in other words chemical recycling. This brings the mission of Bin2Barrel fully in line with the targets of the Dutch government, who recently added chemical recycling to its national waste management plan. The plant will be built in collaboration with Port of Amsterdam and is expected to be up and running by the end of this year.

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