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A water-based procedure to remove adhesive and inks between sheets. In this way, the recycling of each of these materials that make up multilayer products is facilitated.

This procedure consists of the following steps:

1. Conditioning and grinding of the laminated plastic material to be treated.

The laminated plastic material can come in different forms: leftover rolls from the packaging industry or finished containers with defects or from landfill. All this material is crushed in a specific mill for each type of material until smaller particles are obtained.

3. Removal of ink and/or adhesive.

The pre-treated laminated plastic material is introduced into a reactor so that the delamination reagents can access the interlaminar area of ​​the laminated plastic material and remove the ink and adhesive.

5. Separation of plastic materials.

Por último, se separa los diferentes materiales que formaban el producto multicapa en diferentes corrientes para su posterior reciclaje.

2. Mechanical pretreatment.

This is one of the most important innovations of our technology. It consists of creating access for the delamination solution to penetrate to the interface, reducing treatment times and making the process economically viable.

4. Separation of the plastic material and the aqueous material.

After the washing stage, the plastic material together with the washing solution is put into a centrifuge to separate the plastic material from the aqueous solution, which contains the water along with the remains of ink and adhesive.

6. Water treatment.

Our technology works in a closed water cycle, so that the ink and adhesive are continuously separated from the water so that they can be reused in the process.

This technology has the following advantages:

  • It allows recycling the vast majority of multilayer plastics.
  • The technology is simple and easy to implement.
  • It is not necessary to use organic solvents.
  • It allows to eliminate the printed ink present in interlayers.
  • Procedure totally respectful with the environment.
  • It is not necessary to crush the sample below 5×5 cm2.


The organic compounds that cause the bad smell of recycled plastics are found both inside the polymeric matrix and on the surface of the plastic. In order to increase the quality of recycled plastics, a procedure and a system have been developed to eliminate these odors by extracting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with water vapor.

This solution is based on the fact that steam extraction favors the internal diffusion of volatile compounds due to the working temperature, just as it lowers the boiling point of volatile organic compounds as they are immiscible with water and, therefore, favors its evaporation from the polymer surface to the gas phase and subsequent elimination.

The procedure for eliminating odors in recycled plastic materials includes the following stages and equipment:

1. Shredded.

3. Rinse the plastic material to remove dirt and chemicals used in chemical washing in a rinse tank.

5. Deodorization of dry plastic material in a deodorization module deodorization.

2. Chemical washing of the shredded plastic with surfactant in a stirred tank.

4. Drying of the rinsed material in a mechanical dryer.

This technology has the following advantages:

  • A clean product is obtained that is plastic free of VOCs and odours, totally reusable for other uses, increasing the quality and value of recycled plastic. Making it possible for our clients to access a larger market.
  • Procedure totally respectful with the environment.
  • The deodorization module is a hermetically closed circuit that allows heat recovery.
  • The deodorization module can act as an independent module to the recycling process. In this case, its entry into the process would be the recycled pellets, which could become a system for improving the quality of the product already recycled by other companies.
  • The deodorization module can be integrated into a washing process, reducing energy and water consumption.


In order to improve the quality of recycled plastics, a procedure has been developed for the elimination of organic contaminants (NIAS) in recycled plastic materials that works at atmospheric pressure using a non-volatile and water-soluble extracting agent.

These contaminants are found both inside the polymeric matrix and on the surface of the plastic. It has been found that organic compounds migrate from the plastic matrix towards the solvent, thus reducing their concentration in the plastic.

The recycled plastic decontamination procedure consists of the following stages:

1. Separation and grinding of plastic.

  1. Drying.

2. Wash, rinse.

4. Decontamination.

It is carried out in the decontamination module, where the contaminants and additives present in the recycled plastic are eliminated. This process incorporates a water recovery and extraction agent recovery system to minimize the consumption of water and reagents, working in a closed cycle.

This technology has the following advantages:

  • The goal of this technology is to achieve food grade quality for polyolefins.
  • It removes a wide range of organic compounds, from the most volatile to the heaviest.
  • Working at atmospheric pressure, the technology is simple and easy to implement.
  • It does not use toxic agents at any point in the process.
  • The decontamination module can act as an independent module to the recycling process. In this case, its entry into the process would be the recycled pellets, which could become a system for improving the quality of the product already recycled by other companies.
  • The decontamination stage can be carried out before or after regrinding.


All our technologies are registered in the Spanish Patent Office and protected by Patent Law 11/1986 of March 20. What grants us the exclusivity of the exploitation, sale and use of the same.


Each of the procedures described have been the result of exhaustive research and development in the laboratory and plant in order to achieve the complete viability of our services.


Each one of the technologies adapts to the volume that is needed at the time of recycling. This feature makes our services flexible for each type of user depending on their needs.

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Since our creation, they have been the total number of companies with which we have worked and/or collaborated.


annual growth

This year alone our business growth has been three times higher.

Technology        Readiness Level

This is the latest level of maturity of our technology. A level that is only achieved when they have been tested in real environments.


With all our technologies we have managed to recycle more than a thousand tons of plastic.

How we work?

In the first place, we meet with the interested parties to find out the problems they have with their waste and what solution we can offer them.

Once this first part is understood, we proceed to develop laboratory tests with small samples to examine the technical feasibility. Then is when it goes to the testing phase in the pilot plant. This is a crucial phase where the material is worked on an industrial scale and where the economic viability of applying our technology is verified.


"On the one hand, we have arrived at the right time when the demand for recycled plastic is increasing and conventional technologies are not able to meet that demand and, on the other hand, we make sure that the technologies that are commercialized are both technically and technically feasible. economically, as well as with minimal environmental impact."

Oksana Horodytska

"The plastics sector is demanding new recycling technologies to meet the growing demand for recycled plastic, above all, of high quality."

Andrés Fullana