Turning Plastics into…More Plastics?

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Transforming plastic waste and cleaning the planet. (Image: Brightmark)

Waste to value processes are gaining momentum. Brightmark, a startup innovating to solve the problem of waste, has announced its intent to form a joint venture with SK Innovation to build a plastics pyrolysis plant in South Korea.

Why does this matter?

What’s next?

As technologies that turn waste to value mature and become economically feasible, we will see more collaborations, partnerships, and joint ventures. Having both financial and environmental returns on investment are key for technology adoption.

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Impact Investment Analyst at One World | Startup Weekend Facilitator | Climate Tech Enthusiast

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