Project Esbjerg Quantafuel

Esbjerg 

Quantafuel works to promote sustainable development in all our projects. With our plant in Esbjerg, Quantafuel intends to contribute to resolving a major global waste problem by transforming plastic waste into chemically-recycled products that can be used by the chemical industry to manufacture new plastic products.




With our plant in Esbjerg, Quantafuel intend to contribute to resolving a major global waste problem by transforming plastic waste into chemically-recycled products that can be utilised by the chemical industry to manufacture new plastic products.
 

 

Chemical material recycling makes waste plastics part of the circular economy, enabling everyday household waste to be used again in new products, eliminating the need for new CO2-intensive virgin oil to be used.

Project Esbjerg Quantafuel

Quantafuel works to promote sustainable development in all our projects.

The project is based on technology that has been tested at Quantafuel’s plant in Skive and will have significantly higher capacity, diverting even more plastic waste from incineration, and upcycling to new recycled products. The plant will also be capable of accepting a broader range of unsorted plastics and sorting them into specific fractions for optimal use in the chemical process.

Since August 2020 the project-team in Quantafuel has worked with Rambøll on a FEED study and will proceed to the next phase in Q1 2021, for scheduled start of construction in the summer of 2021.

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Skive Plant

Quantafuel’s first commercial production facility is located in Skive, Denmark. The chemical recycling plant is the first of its kind in the world and is a major milestone for the company.
 

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