MDS separation technique - Locally separates a post-consumer plastic waste stream into its 'original' polymers.
The solution moves from object to resource-focussed recycling.
MDS separation technique can separate a mixed, post-consumer plastic waste stream into near-to-virgin polymers. Basis is resource-focussed recycling instead of object-focussed techniques, it does this locally near the waste and all processing at one location and with a 90% recovery of available raw materials. This high recovery rate and the purity of the output guarantee valuable raw materials, with a low ecological footprint. It optimises the recycling chain in three ways: 1) Processing from waste to raw material at one location: reduction of CO2 emissions per recycled unit due to transport. 2) It comes to a 99% purity of output products, where the current best available techniques come to 90% purity. 3) MDS separation technique only has an average input loss of 10% which is less than current recycling plants
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Prototype in lab
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