How CPS  works

Circular Plastic Facilities:

CPS obtains longterm access to municipal solid waste to provide the plastic feedstock for a facility. CPS implements partnerships with refiners or petrochemical companies, to sell the hydrocarbon product

Plastic-waste Collection, Transport, and Logistics:

CPS will be able to capitalize on significant position-taking opportunities on valuable plastic waste deposits and waste streams which have traditionally been worthless but now hold real commercial value as the raw material for circular facilities

Recycled Feedstock Certificates Trading:

Much along the lines of Carbon Certificates, CPS aims to be instrumental in developing tradeable titles certifying the recycled origin of its raw material’s molecules.

1 ton of plastic made from recycled feedstock produces up to 3 tons less carbon dioxide than that made from virgin fossil feedstocks.

(Environmental Economic and Social Impact Assessment-Final Report 2015)

Our Feedstock:

HIGH-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE

  • Milk Bottles
  • Freezer Bags
  • Shopping Bags
  • Containers
  • Juice Bottles
  • Shampoo Bottles
  • Chemical & Detergent Bottle

LOW-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE

  • Squeeze Bottles
  • Shrink Wrap
  • Cling Film
  • Rubbish Bags

POLYPROPYLENE

  • Microwave Dishes
  • Ice Cream Tubs
  • Potato Chip Bags

POLYSTYRENE

  • CD Cases
  • Plastic Cups
  • Plastic Cutlery