Italian oil and gas company Eni and NextChem, the Maire Tecnimont Group’s subsidiary for green chemistry, have partnered for a new circular technologies project. The new plastic waste-to-gas plant will be built within Eni's refinery in Taranto, South Italy.
The facility will be added to a portfolio of others including the waste-to-hydrogen production plant in Venice and the waste-to-methanol production plant in Livorno, Tuscany.
The three plants will use NextChem’s technology for the chemical recycling of plastic waste and dry waste.
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