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Planet Made of Plastic

WHen ColoR on plastic is 
the real problem

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THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD'S 

Plastic waste

By 2050, 12 billion tons of
plastic waste 

will end up in landfills 

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12.39 billion metric tons

37.3% INCINERATED

Cause Pollution + Greenhouse Gas

8.53 billion metric tons

25.7% RECYCLED

Most plastics are only recycled once or twice before they’re discarded.

12.28 billion metric tons

37.0% LANDFILLED

Microplastic + Contamination

Reborn+ are a pioneering project focused on revolutionizing the plastic recycling industry. The groundbreaking technology aims to remove color impurities from recycled plastics, a significant issue that reduces the value and usability of recycled products. By implementing a closed-loop process using advanced membranes, we can transform mixed-colored recycled plastics into natural color, enhancing their appearance and market value.

Our innovative approach aims to unlock the full potential of recycled plastics, creating high-quality, market-ready products. It addresses a key challenge in the recycling industry, helping to reduce waste and positively impact the environment. Extensive laboratory testing has shown the effectiveness of our technology.

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Membrane Technology Prototype

Prototype for New Line: PP Product

Expand Globally

Chemical Formulation Prototype

Scale-Up Process

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Expand to Neighboring Regions

FROM LAB TO SAVE THE WORLD

The goal of our plastic recycling process is to create a circular economy where plastic materials are reused in new packaging products, reducing waste and the demand for virgin plastic. It transforms complex multilayer packaging into usable plastic materials, starting with the collection of mixed plastic layers, which are then cleansed of color impurities. Next, the plastics are segregated into different types, with PP and HDPE being extracted for individual recycling. These materials, along with the remaining multilayer components, are then recycled into new packaging products, including LDPE packaging, creating a closed-loop system that minimizes waste and maximizes resource efficiency. Each of these steps requires specific technologies and processes to ensure that the recycled material maintains a high level of integrity and is suitable for its intended next life.

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Collection of Landfield Multilayer Packaging

Collaborate with local landfill to recover multilayer packaging, which is often discarded due to its complex recyclability.

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Separation of Multilayer Plastic Fractions

The cleaned multilayer packaging is then separated by membrane technology into its constituent plastic types. 

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Collection of Household Multilayer Packaging

Households are encouraged to separate multilayer packaging from their regular waste. These are typically used for food and beverage containers.

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Recycling into Multilayer+ PP + HDPE Packaging

After separation, the plastics are recycled into new forms.

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Dissolving Color Impurity

Materials undergo a chemical solution process to remove color and adhesive impurities.

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Further Recycling into LDPE Packaging

In the final stage, the process involves the recycling of (LDPE), which is a more flexible plastic used for bags, films, and lighter packaging.

"HUGE PRICE GAP
=
NEW OPPORTUNITY"

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$600
per ton

MIX-COLORED RECYCLED PLASTIC 

• Loss of price margin

• Loss of the versatibility of the recycled plastic

• Low-valued plastic product

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ESTIMATED PLASTIC QUALITY AFTER BEING PROCESSED THROUGH REBORN+

• Like-new recycled plastic

• Unlocking the full value of recycled plastic

$1000
per Ton

Our solution provides a more sustainable approach to plastic recycling.

It aligns with the growing demand for sustainable, high-quality recycled materials,

driven by regulatory requirements and consumer preferences.

This technology not only helps in reducing waste but also in fostering a

more environmentally friendly recycling ecosystem.

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