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The exclusive Licensing and Engineering Partner of Mura Technology, KBR, delivers science, technology and engineering solutions to governments and companies around the world.
As the exclusive Licensing and Engineering Partner of Mura, KBR enables the identification of new markets for our process, providing engineering and technical services and equipment to develop sites for international clients.
KBR’s position at the forefront in the provision of innovative, game-changing technologies offers Mura Technology world-class development opportunities within the global petrochemical sector.
The partnership between Mura and KBR provides a licensing opportunity to global clients looking to establish scalable plastic recycling capacity in both new and existing infrastructure.
The Mura and KBR partnership, beginning in 2021, has already resulted in the licensing of the HydroPRS™ technology by several international petrochemical firms.
Mura Technology and KBR announced the first licence agreement with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC), a core company of the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings (MCHC) Group, in June 2021. MCC conducted a detailed feasibility study into HydroPRS™ with KBR providing engineering support.
A new partnership and licence sale between Mura, KBR and leading global chemical producer LG Chem was announced in January 2021. This partnership will support the continued international roll-out of HydroPRS™, with the first project in South Korea to initially recycle up to 25,000 tonnes of plastic waste annually.
South Korea is a crucial market for deploying HydroPRS™, being one of the world’s leaders in plastic consumption per capita. The country aims to reduce its plastic waste by 20 percent by 2025.
Mura Technology are on the path to becoming a world-leader in producing recycled hydrocarbons from waste plastic, creating influential partnerships and a global pipeline. Be part of our forward-thinking stakeholder group.