Our Green Circular District model is designed to reconvert traditional brownfield sites, in particular refineries and hard-to-abate energy production sites.
The model integrates different green chemistry technologies and puts them at the service of a circular economy process on the one hand, and decarbonization on the other. The benefits are many, especially from an environmental, social and economic point of view.
The circular district is a symbiosis between recycling technologies for plastic waste, and the production of chemicals from waste recovery. Green hydrogen can also be produced in this process, from water and renewable energy sources.
AThrough the chemical conversion of the carbon and hydrogen contained in waste, we can obtain low-carbon chemicals and fuels. Methanol, ethanol and hydrogen can be produced through our Waste to Chemicals technological platform, generating various advantages. These go beyond environmental benefits (CO2 reduction and increased recycling and recovery of waste that would otherwise be either disposed in landfills or incinerated), to create downstream supply chains, income for local communities, and new jobs, while simultaneously activating synergies between different supply chains (waste, refining, energy, distribution).
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