Who we are?
We are an innovative sustainable environmental solutions company managed by a group of professionals.
We developed our own pyrolysis technology and are technology driven.
We are based in Hong Kong.
Our Intellectual Properties
We hold a number of invention and utility patents relating to our pyrolysis technology and processes
We intend to make use of our pyrolysis technology and processing techniques to customize a waste plastic recycling model for Hong Kong
We jointly developed our pyrolysis technology with our Japan and China partners that optimizes efficiencies and oil yield, while mitigating environmental concerns
To set up a pyrolysis processing operation that covers logistics, waste processing, and distribution as a viable solution for Hong Kong on waste plastics
Comprehensive range of oil product offerings
Our pyrolysis solutions offer a full range of crude waste plastics pyrolytic oils (“WPPO”)
With support from Government and various stakeholders, make Hong Kong become a clean waste plastics recycling hub
To create a sustainable solution to waste plastics, delivering circular economy and reducing carbon footprint
Waste plastics are converted into crude oil and char that can be reused as energy sources
Waste plastics to WPPO Conversion
Waste plastics to WPPO conversion can reach as high as 90%
We make use of our proprietary pyrolysis technology to process waste plastics. The process is 100% clean with minimal pollution
Key Characteristics of our pyrolysis apparatus
With the core pyrolysis system in place, we are currently focusing our effort on R&D. We set up a R&D center at the Hong Kong Science Park with aim to do the following:
Further research for exploration and utilisation of cheap catalysts, such as natural zeolites, to further reduce the process cost, improve product quality and overall process optimization
Regeneration and reuse of catalysts
Detailed chemical characterization of end products
Exploration of further applications of produced liquid oil, gases and char to make this technology more economically sustainable
Comprehensive life cycle assessment
Sea animals could be chewing on ocean plastic waste
Sea animals could be chewing on ocean plastic waste and