Synova’s waste-to-chemicals technology was developed by TNO. It processes household waste, including mixed plastics, into a gas consisting of high-quality molecules with numerous applications, including olefins (the building blocks for new plastics), BTX and renewable fuels. The process removes 99.9% of unwanted tar and uses the energy value to create a highly efficient process with a small CO2 footprint.
Willem Sederel’s appointment follows Synova’s recently announced strategic alliance with Technip Energies. Both developments are part of Synova’s plan to partner with companies and individuals with relevant industry expertise and supply capacity to exploit the full potential of chemical recycling.
Synova’s head offices are located in Maassluis (The Netherlands), Santa Monica California and Bangkok Thailand.