Shell invests in plastic waste-to-chemicals technology company BlueAlp.

  • Blue Alp pyrolysis unit

    Trouw: This waste will soon become brand new plastic.

    “This plastic now ends up in incineration, but out of 85% of it we can make new raw materials”. Trouw’s Hans Nauta and BlueAlp’s Valentijn de Neve had an interesting conversation about chemical recycling, the ambitions of the chemical industry and consumers of plastics in the value chain, and BlueAlp’s sustainability ambitions. The full article…

  • Plastic to oil pyrolysis technology

    Telegraaf: Rapid growth with oil from waste plastic.

    Financiele Telegraaf’s Gert van Harskamp interviewed BlueAlp CEO Valentijn de Neve about the potential of chemical recycling and BlueAlp’s ambitions to become the world’s number 1 technology provider, with the plan to have 60 installations built by 2025. To read the full article, click here (available in Dutch only).

  • BlueAlp, based in Eindhoven, utilizes their patented pyrolysis technology to convert plastic into oil.

    Eindhoven’s Dagblad: BlueAlp from Eindhoven makes oil from plastic instead of the other way around, and so the circle is complete again.

    BlueAlp founder Chris van der Ree and CEO Valentijn de Neve had the opportunity to speak with Eindhoven’s Dagblad Merlijn van Dijk about the origins of BlueAlp. From Petrogas, which installations for the gas industry, towards the vision to contribute to accelerating plastic recycling with BlueAlp. Read more here about BlueAlp’s purpose, first customers and…