Shaping the future

A way to re-think our approach to the future, transforming waste into new materials and products.

Reducing CO2 production

A closed-loop process that require only water and energy to work.

Reducing our
environmental impact

A systemic approach where everything is interrelated and inter­dependent.

Making plastic circular

A new process to chemically recycle polyester in a profitable way.

Gr3n: a new recycling concept

Gr3n developed an innovative process, based on the application of microwave technology to alkaline hydrolysis, which provides an economically viable recycling process of Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET), allowing the industrial implementation. This new process can potentially change how PET is recycled worldwide, with huge benefits both for the recycling industry and for all the polyester value chain.



Our polyester depolymerization (from packaging or textiles) allows to infinitely use the monomers to produce virgin-like PET.

Real alternative

Thanks to the depolymerization process, the post-consumer PET waste can be seen as an alternative to fossil fuels, as it can generate building blocks for a new virgin PET.

Economically viable

Due to the process design, we can offer a chemical recycling solution for lowering carbon footprint that provides relevant cost savings for the whole value chain.


Production of monomers become more sustainable, as the overall life-cycle release of CO2 in the biosphere is reduced with respect to traditional processes.

More than waste

Raw materials come from something we used to consider garbage, but can now be considered as a resource. There is a way to leave carbon into the cycle.


The auxiliary chemicals needed for the reaction and for the subsequent work-up steps (i.e. NaOH and HCl) are recovered in situ using electrolysis.