PCT Closes Funding Agreements & Starts Process To Be Listed On Nasdaq

 

PureCycle Technologies Completes $250 Million Bond Raise; Begins Construction on Phase II Industrial Line in Ironton, Ohio

 

Feedstock Evaluation Unit successfully recycled waste polypropylene with our proprietary technology invented by Procter & Gamble

 

One Goal:
A Pure Planet

We view plastic waste as a renewable resource that can be used infinitely.

Our ground-breaking patented recycling process, developed by Procter & Gamble, separates color, odor and contaminants from plastic waste feedstock to transform it into ultra-pure recycled polypropylene. Our PureCycle TechnologiesSM recycling service converts waste plastic into virgin-like plastic fully closing the loop on the reuse of recycled plastics while making recycled polypropylene more accessible at scale to companies desiring to use a sustainable, recycled resin.

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GlobeNewswire

PCT Closes Agreements That Include Over $300MM In Equity Investment & Starts the Process To Be Listed on The Nasdaq Stock Exchange With a Projected Market Cap of Over $1B, Accelerating A Recycling Revolution

“This transaction represents a key milestone in PCT’s mission to transform polypropylene into a recyclable and sustainable product,” said Mike Otworth, CEO. “Our recycling process produces virgin-like resin and we are well-positioned to meet the consumer demand for recycled content as well as global sustainability mandates.”

GlobeNewswire |  11/16/2020
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GlobeNewswire

PureCycle Technologies signed an agreement with L’Oréal for the supply of Ultra-Pure Recycled Polypropylene

L’Oréal agreement rounds out PureCycle strategic offtake partners for ultra-pure recycled polypropylene, a critical milestone for the upcoming first Commercial Plant.

07/18/2019
GlobeNewswire

PureCycle Technologies Partners with Milliken, Nestlé to Accelerate Revolutionary Plastics Recycling

PureCycle Technologies, is announcing it has partnered with global industrial manufacturer, Milliken & Company, and the world’s largest food and beverage company, Nestlé S.A., as it moves forward with plans to open its first plant to restore used polypropylene (PP) plastic to ‘virgin-like’ quality with a revolutionary recycling method.

GlobeNewswire  |  03/19/2019

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