ReNew ELP & Licella
Martin has worked as a Process Engineer at Licella’s Technology Development Centre near Sydney. Here Martin has gained an intimate understanding of the challenges of technology development and how these can be overcome across three successive pilot plants. Martin is now working with the Renew ELP team on the design of the first commercial Cat-HTR End-Of-Life Plastic to fuels and chemicals plant at Wilton International.
Chemical Recycling of End of Life Plastic
ReNew ELP is building the first commercial catalytic hydrothermal reactor or Cat-HTR, End of life plastic to fuels and chemicals plant on Wilton International. The diverse platform focuses on waste and industrial residues such as pulp mill residues, end-of life plastics and waste oil residues to divert these materials from combustion and landfill, extending their life cycle. Joining ReNew ELP from the technology provider, Licella, the presentation will focus on the technology, the feedstocks that can be used to create valuable products, and how the Cat-HTR can be a piece of the puzzle for a lower carbon future.
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Lesley Rudd - Decarbonising Heat – What and How?
Natalie Bennett - Sustainable Development Goals: How to prevent the next 100 Dieselgates?
Shangxi Wen - Integrate Thermal Energy Storage with power generation and heat recovery
George Giles - How should we Design, Build & Operate future EfW plants
Dave Wiseman - Taking control of energy usage, costs forecasting