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First oil at Quantafuel's plastics-to-liquids plant in Denmark

Norway-headed plastics-to-fuel technology developers Quantafuel AS has announced that it has successfully started operations of transforming waste plastic into high-quality liquid products at Quantafuel Skive, its commercial-scale plant in Skive, Denmark.

Norway-headed plastics-to-liquids technology developers Quantafuel AS has announced that it has successfully started operations of transforming waste plastic into high-quality liquid products at Quantafuel Skive, its commercial-scale plant in Skive, Denmark (photo courtesy GreenLab Skive).

According to a statement, the start of operations in Skive, Denmark marks a significant milestone in the development of Quantafuel.

At 5 pm yesterday sent the first oil to our lab at the plant for further analysis. Moreover, all our main processes for control, operation, and safety have been working according to plan and required standards. In the days and weeks to come, our focus will be to continually increase the production of our high-quality products to be delivered to our partner BASF. As safety is our highest priority, we plan for a controlled and gradual increase in our recycling of plastic waste into renewable liquid products said Quantafuel in a statement.

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