Globally we face a number of critical environmental challenges; increasing population, diminishing fossil fuels, rising mountains of waste and dirty industries pumping harmful gases into the atmosphere, turning climate change into a reality.
Here at Thermodynamic Reprocessing Limited we have two goals:
* Make cleaner, efficient energy that is accessible to all;
* Reduce the growing, global waste problem.
So we set about developing the technology and equipment that would enable us to achieve both these ambitions.
Two of the world’s most challenging waste issues involve tyres and plastics – so we focused on these two abundant streams and looked at ways in which to derive efficient and clean energy from them.
The Circular Economy
Our thermodynamic reprocessing solution is part of the new “Circular Economy”, as described by the Ellen Macarthur Foundation:
A circular economy is one that is restorative and regenerative by design, and which aims to keep products, components and materials at their highest utility and value at all times, distinguishing between technical and biological cycles.