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In order to protect resources and our environment, society needs to convert used engineering materials from waste for reuse at their highest value-chain position.


Today’s plastic recovery technologies are mainly on mechanical separation or thermal treatment, producing recycled polymers of lower quality or energy, thus limiting their reuse in their original applications. One major problem encountered with mechanical technologies is the separation of processing aids and flame retardants (which often contain toxic decomposition products), even when they are only present in low concentrations. Due to the lack of efficient recycling technologies, large quantities of our plastics still end up in incinerators or landfills after initial use or are exported to the Far-East.


The goal of CreaCycle GmbH is to unleash the value of this unrealized raw-material potential with the CreaSolv® Process - a solvelt-based technology based on physical processes. The polymers only change their physical state from solid to liquid and then back to solid. In simple terms the polymer chains are washed on a molecular level and remain intact, thus allowing re-use in the original applications. This process can separate, clean and reuse polymers from plastic waste.

CreaSolv® Process