Singapore And Shell To Jointly Explore New Chemical Recycling Value Chain To Turn Plastic Waste Into Chemicals

Singapore’s National Environment Agency (NEA) and Shell are jointly studying the feasibility of chemically recycling plastic waste in Singapore.

The study will look into waste segregation facilities and plastic pyrolysis plants to recycle Singapore’s plastic waste. Pyrolysis is a chemical process to convert plastic waste into higher-value products such as pyrolysis oil, which can be upgraded as feedstock to manufacture plastics and chemicals.


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