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Recycling plastic waste
with the thermolysis process

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Despite global efforts, plastic waste ends up in landfills, floats in the oceans and is incinerated, releasing CO₂ which is harmful to the environment.
In Germany…

Recycling — a new and exciting business sector

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The potential in plastics recycling is enormous. The amount of plastic waste is increasing and raw materials of all kinds are becoming scarcer.
The newly developed facility…

Thermolysis — proven technology

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By forming a partnership with Biofabrik, we can exclude the risks of developing our own products and thus save capital as well. More facilities for the…

For investors:
Participate in the huge market of plastics recycling!

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A vast new market is being opened up in a practical way using thermolysis technology, which recycles the raw material paraffin oil from plastic waste. You can participate in the success of the company by buying shares.

ENESPA AG taking off with plastics recycling

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ENESPA AG was founded in 2011 on the idea of constructing modular co-generation systems and running them on rapeseed oil. After analyses and several attempts…

Development bank recognises ENESPA AG's thermolysis project as fundamentally eligible for funding

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ENESPA AG’s recycling project has been classified as fundamentally eligible for funding by the regional development bank. Approval in accordance with the Federal Immission Control Act (BImSchG) process is now a prerequisite for subsequent commitment to financial support. This application is in progress.

NEWS

Commissioning of the ENESPA Wastx P1000 for testing

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After all the preparatory work by the technicians, the first ENESPA Wastx module was put into operation for test purposes in the 11th week of 2021.

Preparatory work for the approval process of the first 1,000 kg/day recycling module

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Despite obstacles caused by coronavirus (delays due to authorities and subcontractors), we will start with the approval process of the first 1,000 kg/day module in calendar week 4 of 2021.

First thermolysis recycling module starts production

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At the beginning of October 2020, our technology partner Biofabrik Technologies GmbH delivered the first thermolysis module with a processing capacity of 250 kg/day to England. Based on this first productive module, series production of the P1000 modules is now starting with…

Concept plans for recycling factory

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Visions are taking shape. While the first 250 kg/day module is being delivered after undergoing endurance tests and the first 1,000 kg/day module for ENESPA goes into production, specialists are working on the plans for the recycling factory

For our children:
Ecological and economical
invest wisely

ENESPA AG will generate positive cash flow starting with the first investment. By operating several facilities simultaneously, revenues increase disproportionately and, accordingly, so does the value of the company. There is great demand for this technology. 18 locations in Germany are interested in operating a facility at this time.

Several sites in Germany are showing great interest in operating the recycling facilities. We will put the first facility into operation where we find the best conditions. Thanks to the mobility of the units, we are flexible when it comes to location. The business development unit of the Schwarze Pumpe Industrial Park in Spreetal is very interested in the ENESPA project. Following a thorough investigation, the responsible development bank declared the project eligible for funding. The project will be supported by the development bank once the approval process is completed.

The aim is for the first 5,000 kg/day facility in the industrial park to be commissionedby the end of 2020. As soon as this facility is in reliable operation, ENESPA will build another ten facilities and then gradually expand to forty facilities. The ten facilities are expected to be fully operational by the end of 2021.

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