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ReNew ELP Opens UK Headquarters at the Wilton Centre

7 June 2018

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ReNew ELP, Mura Technology’s first commercial scale HydroPRS™ partner, have opened their UK office at the Wilton Centre, a science and business park in Redcar, Teesside.

With plans to run up to 80,000 tonnes of waste plastic annually on completion of the full site, the securing of office space and headquarters brings together a team of highly experienced engineers and business development experts to move the project forward into commercial operational.

Initially, ReNew ELP will recycle 20,000 tonnes of end-of-life plastic per annum, but have planning consent for a further three lines, with a potential total capacity of 80,000 tonnes annually.

The patented HydroPRS™ (Hydrothermal Plastic Recycling System) process uses supercritical water (at high pressure and high temperature) to recycle a wide range of feedstocks – turning end-of-life plastics  back into fossil-replacement oils and chemicals. 

"As the centre of the UK’s chemicals industry, Teesside is the ideal location for our first plant and head office. The many benefits of being part of a process industry cluster convinced us to choose the Wilton Centre, as the region boasts a skilled workforce, vital infrastructure and utilities, and a large number of potential feedstock suppliers and customers for our products.”

Richard Daley
Managing Director, ReNew ELP

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