THE WAY IT IS TODAY
8,300,000,000 tons of plastic waste accumulated worldwide
Since it’s invention in the 1950’s, plastic waste has been manufactured, accumulated and sent to landfills, with only a fracture of it being effectively recycled. The hazardous effects on land and ocean ecosystems, and in turn on human health present a huge problem and challenge for humanity to solve.
We at Plastic Back are creating value in waste and are working towards reducing landfills, ocean dumping and burn sites in an economic and environmentally-friendly manner.
80% LANDFILL / 14% INCINERATION / 6% RECYCLE
HOW WE'RE GOING TO FIX IT
Converting plastic waste back to it’s original, valuable form
Our innovative technology based on chemical oxidation is used to attack the plastic polymer and break it down to oils, waxes, and other valuable chemicals. The process is done in a closed conversion unit which requires minimal heating and a small physical space – compatible to big treatment facilities and medium/small decentralized waste producing operations.
Low temperature process
MInimal heating required – economic and environmental advantages to alternatives (600-1,200 C)
Small conversion units
Requiring small physical space (5x5m)
All plastic types
HDPE, LDPE, PP, PVC, PEG, mixed and contaminated
Industries & opportunities
Treatment, landfill and recycling operations
Global trends, regulation and legislations along with environmental awareness are pushing towards reducing landfills and increasing recycling. The EU pledged to reduce landfilling to 10% of its current capacity by 2030. Our technology can help you, the waste handlers, by treating specific waste streams and creating profit as an alternative to landfill.
Agriculture, factories, hospitals & medical devices
Waste manufacturers vary in size and are decentralized. Removal and treatment fees for plastic waste can reach $600/ton and are projected to increase in the coming years.
Today's consumers often demand eco-friendly products and processes from their suppliers and chosen brands. Our solution affords waste manufacturers the ability to treat their waste on site/close by, save expenses on removal and treatment fees and even create profits from their plastic waste.
By Shell, Rockstart, Get In The Ring and YES!DELFT
Out of over 200 companies and 10 days of validation in Amsterdam, Plastic Back was chosen as runner up and will collaborate with Shell in a project designed to validate Plastic Back's plastic-derived-oil for refinery integration.
Green Innovations: From Linear to Circular
By Tadmor Levy and Co.
As part of the Environment 2050 Conference in Tel Aviv, and judged by industry leaders, Plastic Back was chosen for it's ability to help the push towards a circular economy.
By Get in the Ring and the Unknown Group
A global startup competition with over 25,00 applicants annually
Plug and Play and the Alliance to End Plastic Waste
Plastic back has been accepted to the prestigious program and will collaborate with the alliance partners throughout 2020. Working with world leaders in the plastic handling, manufacturing and recycling industry.
Carbon Neutral Competition
By HP and the Good Energy Initiative
Plastic Back was chosen for it's potential to substantially reduce CO2 emissions. Calculations show that a 15 ton/day conversion unit will save 2,800 tons of CO2 emissions annually.
EU recognition and acceleration program
Climate Launchpad via Climate Kic
Out of over 2,000 startups from all over Europe, Plastic Back won 1st place in the Clean Tech. segment and was approved to the European commission's Climate Kic acceleration program
Ministry of Energy and Chief Scientist Grant
Plastic Back was approved for a highly competitive grant designed to scale up our process to a pilot plant
Circular Economy Innovation Forum Competition
1st place in Dow Chemicals' Alternative Feedstock challenge
Plastic Back is an Israeli based startup, working in collaboration with our partners:
Casali Institute for Applied Chemistry, a department within the Institute of Chemistry at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The advanced oxidation method was invented by Professor Yoel Sasson and Dr. Uri Stoin and is in national IP phase in the EU, US, and CN. Both Professor Sasson and Dr. Stoin are involved in Plastic Back's R&D and technical advisory.
Since 2000 Pillar Ltd is devoted to industry. Pillar Ltd is an R&D Project Management company, specializing in customized application development for Industrial clients.
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