Closing the Loop on Composite Materials

Closing the Loop on Composite Materials

Versatile, light, cheap, and with limitless applications

Glass Fibre Reinforced Plastics (GFRP) have historically been designed to be durable, not recyclable.  Until recently, the only methods of disposal were landfilling or incineration, with the resultant environmental impact.

At Composite Recycling, we offer another approach, using a thermal process called pyrolysis to separate the fibres from the resin such that the reclaimed outputs are reusable in new production.

Making GFRP recycling a reality

We offer the following in support of our clients’ sustainable manufacturing efforts:

Turn-key recycling services. Our solution is mobile and energy autonomous

–  High-quality reclaimed glass fibres that can be reused to make new composite materials

–  Pyrolysis oil that can be used as an input in making decarbonised plastics

–  Access to our network of partners who reuse the reclaimed outputs

 

 

Use smarter, Use longer, Use less

We are closing the loop on composite materials, facilitating responsible industrial operations and the decarbonisation of current supply chain models

CR in the news

CR in the news

We Support SDGs

Composite Recycling’s activities directly address critical priorities of both European and global environmental agendas: facilitating the transition to circular economies, while preventing pollution. We help organisations with a strong commitment to sustainability achieve real progress toward their goals in tackling today’s environmental challenges.

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Composite Recycling JEC World Composites Startup Booster Winner
Composite Recycling JEC World Composites Startup Booster Winner

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