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INEOS Inovyn launches two pilot PVC recycling plants in Belgium
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May 16, 2024
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INEOS Inovyn launches two pilot PVC recycling plants in Belgium

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  • INEOS Inovyn, a major vinyl producer, has set up two PVC pilot plants at its Jemeppe-sur-Sambre site in Belgium. The new facilities are designed to accelerate the development of technologies for recycling PVC, which is currently considered non-recyclable.

  • The pilot plants aim to enhance PVC dissolution technology, a method for recycling complex PVC waste that can't be processed mechanically. The plants will use the company’s Vinyloop technology, which effectively separates PVC compounds found in complex or contaminated waste streams.

  • The plants are part of the company's wider "Project Circle" initiative, which aims to establish an industrial unit to recycle 40 KT of PVC by 2030. The project also aims to explore other innovative methods, such as pyrolysis and gasification, to target PVC waste that cannot be mechanically recycled.

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