CGC first commercial plant online in Q4 2021/ Q2 2022.
The plant will produce up to 15,000 tonnes of naphtha (plastic feedstock) output per year, playing a critical role in driving forward the circular economy of plastics.
The plastics recycling plant will draw from three distinct sources of feedstock: commercial waste plastic, plastic recycling facility rejects and plastics sorted from municipal waste sorting facilities.
Liquid Hydrocarbons (fuel oils, naphtha and waxes) produced from the CGC pyrolysis process can displace crude oil demand from fuels, waxes and naphtha (plastic feedstock).
Clean gas produced from the CGC pyrolysis process is used to thermally sustain the process, with excess gas used for energy or heat generation.