The world produces massive amounts of plastic waste, with an estimated 300 million metric tons generated annually. A mere fraction of this waste is recycled; the rest ends up in landfills, incinerators, or the environment.



Chemical recycling is an important new method that will supplement mechanical recycling in addressing the plastic waste challenge

Mechanical Recycling: The most established method, breaking down plastic waste into smaller pieces that can be used to make new plastic products.

Chemical Recycling: Breaks down plastic waste into its fundamental monomers. These monomers can be used to create new plastic products or other chemicals.

Drivers for change

EU Regulation

EU Regulation

The European Union has established ambitious plastic recycling goals and is working to enact policies that will support the growth of the plastic recycling industry.

Consumer Demand

Consumer Demand

Consumers are increasingly seeking recycled plastic goods, which is motivating businesses to invest in plastic recycling technologies.



Demand for food-grade recycled plastics is growing, creating a need especially for chemical recycling.

Plastic Waste Crisis

Resiclo will help solve the plastic waste problem in an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable way, producing ISCC Plus certified oil from waste plastic to replace virgin raw material.