Processing waste plastics using the chemical recycling technology developed by the British company Mura Technology results in 80 per cent less greenhouse gas emissions than waste incineration. The scale of the CO2e reduction was determined as part of a life-cycle assessment (LCA) of Mura Technology’s HydroPRS (Hydrothermal Plastic Recycling System) published by Warwick Manufacturing Group at the University of Warwick and funded through Innovate UK’s Demonstrator Programme. The LCA's results are based on data from the first commercial-scale HydroPRS plant on the Wilton industrial estate in Redcar in northern England. ...
Mura Technology's chemical recycling technology outscores incineration in LCA
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