Packaging is the largest end use market segment with 40.1% share in plastic industry. This is followed by building and construction (20.4%) and automotive (7.0%).

Process

From Waste to Product

Raw Material Preparation

Raw Material PreparationSorting, cleaning and shredding mixed polyolefin wastes to ensure optimal plastic feedstock quality

Raw Material Consists ofPolyethylene (HDPE / LDPE)
Polypropylene (PP / BOPP)
Polystyrene (PS)

Quality & FormsAgnostic for type mix, form (rigid / flex), colours.

Clean from PVC / PET

The Recycling Solution

1

Continuous Thermal Cracking stage,
where plastic waste (mainly Polyolefins) is converted into wide range of Hydrocarbons.

2

Multi Stage Refining,
practically removing all impurities (mainly heteroatoms like sulphur, nitrogen, chloride), improving hydrocarbons properties and transforming aromatic and olefin compounds, leading to respectively naphthenic and paraffinic hydrocarbons.

3

Distillation of refined fractions,
into usable products, which are blended into various product families of solvents, lubricating oils and paraffin waxes.

Blending & Mixing

End products includesolvents
paraffin waxes
petroleum jelly

Charateristics of premium oil-derivative productsNo sulphur
Odourless
Colourless

Blending and Mixing The desired final properties of the CLARITER products is ensured


About 40% of the produced plastic is being disposed within 1 year (primarily packaging material).