Two permits at our sites

We now have a second site: GOA, the local recycling yard in Aalen, has allowed us to install and operate a pilot installation on their property. This will allow us to produce 10 tonnes per day over the next 24 months and means that enespa currently has two permits at two sites to convert plastic into a high-quality product oil.


Employees wanted

We are looking for you! enespa needs a total of 16 more employees for the development of the new sites and for healthy growth – in the laboratory, in production, in IT, in marketing, in administration and so on and so forth… As an attractive employer, we offer many benefits to our employees. You can find all of the current vacancies on our web page.


Successful general meeting

The first general meeting took place on 25 August 2022 – an all-round success, which included our machine live on site. All of the topics prescribed in the general meeting were adopted with over 90% of the vote. For example, this included the annual financial statements, the use of the annual loss, the election of Ben Richters, etc. Many thanks to all of our investors!


A new property in Hoyerswerda

On 14 September 2022, we were able to buy a 1,285 square metre plot of land from our neighbour in Hoyerswerda. We look forward to getting started here soon, expanding and growing together – new green technologies still have a lot more to offer!

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