One company is moving the needle in the plastic waste crisis using a depolymerization process called methanolysis to create new high-performance materials. This article describes molecular recycling technologies that can process hard-to-recycle plastics otherwise destined for a landfill, incineration, or the environment. These technologies use waste as a feedstock to produce new materials with significantly fewer greenhouse gas emissions compared to traditional processes that use fossil feedstocks.

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