Quantafuel develops technology that contributes to solve the global waste problem

Background & history

Quantafuel has brought together a team with decades of relevant industrial experience, and we have worked closely for 13 years to commercialise our technology.


 

 

 

Quantafuel has brought together a team with decades of relevant industrial experience, and we have worked closely for 13 years to commercialise the technology.

 

Our history is outlined in the illustration below:

R&D testing

2007-2013:

R&D, testing and verification:

  • 300 catalysts tested
  • Biomass, natural gas and plastic
  • From lab scale to demo

2013-2017

Biomass, natural gas and plastic

  • Proof-of-concept on industrial scale
  • Supplier selection
  • DD and Vitol sign-off
Full-scale plant and detailed engineering

2017-2020:

Construction and production unit:

  • Modular production unit
  • Supply and off-take
  • Planning for capacity roll-out
30-ton modular roll-out, 3 plants in production

2020-2023

30 tonne modular roll-out:

  • Logistic and construction management
  • 3 plants in production
  • Large plant in ARA

Our headquarter in Oslo

Quantafuel has brought together a team with decades of relevant industrial experience, and we have worked closely for 13 years to commercialise the technology.

Our headquarter in Oslo

Artwork by Vibeke Sætre. “Strawberry Field” made of 8000 plastic straws.

Read more about the challenge and our solution:

The Challenge

Plastic is the mand-made material growing fastest worldwide, and we have become completely reliant on it. Why?

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Our solution

Our solution

Our solution is to place a value on plastic waste. We must start treating used plastic as a valuable resource, establishing a model for plastic waste collection and upgrading it to recycled products. The entire value chain needs to be circular.

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The Technology

From day one, Quantafuel’s fundamental idea has been to resolve the world’s plastic waste problem by transforming soiled plastic into new products. That is our contribution to the circular economy of plastic waste.

 

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Technology