Redefining the Impossible in Plastic
Waste Management

We are not only recycling all end-of-life plastics but also reshaping their life cycle.
Without exceptions, without pretreatment.

From Plastic Waste to Circular Naphtha

Naphtha is a petrochemical feedstock that boils between 30°C and 200°C and consists of a complex mixture of hydrocarbon molecules, usually having 5 to 12 carbon atoms. Separated from crude oil by fractional distillation, naphtha is the core element of the first stage of plastic production.

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    Our unique TCP technology ensures that all waste plastics, including those that cannot be recycled by mechanical recycling or other methods, such as pyrolysis and gasification, are recycled into a miraculous product, circular naphtha.

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    Since SynPet's unique TCP technology can recycle waste plastics into circular naphtha without sacrificing quality, its products have the same quality as conventional naphtha and can be directly processed by petrochemical companies.

Current State of Plastics Recycling

Plastics have unique properties, such as lightness, durability, thermal and electrical insulation, and low production cost.

This is exactly why it is used in many sectors, such as automotive, packaging, and health, and as a result, its production is increasing day by day. Global plastic production reached 460 million tons in 2019, while it was only 2 million tons in 1950.

Unfortunately, 91% of the plastics we use cannot be recycled using conventional methods, and only 1% can be recycled multiple times.

Even when plastic is recyclable, if there are contaminants, such as food waste or sludge, it is not recycled due to clean-up costs and is sent to incinerators or landfills like other non-recyclable plastics.

But now, the dynamics of traditional plastic waste management are changing. SynPet has created the most comprehensive circular economy model ever for plastic waste management.


How Do We Fuel a Circular Economy?

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    Until now, being sent to incinerators or landfills was considered the fate of non-recyclable, end-of-life plastics. So it was necessary to repeatedly produce new plastics, and naturally, naphtha.

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    Rapid plastic production is a major threat to environmental sustainability, as it increases both fossil fuel use and CO2 emissions.

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    But now, all plastic waste management habits are being redesigned by the unique technology of SynPet.

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    All plastic waste, including the ones that have never been recycled before, such as shredder residue, can be reintegrated into the plastic life cycle.

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    While reducing fossil fuel consumption, SynPet also saves 258,000 tons of CO2 emissions per year compared to landfills and incineration.


Who We Are Working With

Government Agencies

Increasing consumption of plastic creates a variety of plastic wastes, most of which are not completely recyclable and pollute the air, water, and land of cities.


Municipal and government agencies that cooperate with SynPet for waste management can create greener cities by contributing to the creation of a circular economy for plastics and preventing environmental pollution caused by incinerators and landfills.

Petrochemical, Packaging, and Consumer Goods Industries

The circular economy created by SynPet's TCP technology gives companies from various industries the opportunity to produce the same quality output more cost-effectively while contributing to a sustainable future. The connection between these industries gets stronger than ever with the completion of the plastic lifecycle by inserting the missing link.

What Makes Our Method Unique?

Current technologies, such as pyrolysis and gasification, can process limited plastic waste and reintroduce it into the circular economy, and they also require that plastic waste be very clean, segregated, or completely dried.

Since the pre-treatment of waste is very costly and inefficient, most plastic waste is sent directly to the landfill or incineration plant without recycling.

TCP technology requires no pre-treatment and can process all types of plastics unsorted and wet, including those that are currently considered impossible to recycle.