Imagine 770,000 London double-decker busses full of waste. Now imagine a hole big enough to fit them in……. Sadly, in the UK, this amount of waste is being buried beneath our feet each year. This blog explores the alternatives and […]
This post was taken from an adapted Rob Report article By JULIA ZALTZMAN. How are the yachting industry adapting in an environmentally conscious world? Could our technology play a part in the development of Portside, Harbourside and Yacht based waste to […]
What is Earth Day and why is it important? Earth Day has been celebrated every April 22nd since 1970. The main aim of Earth Day is to raise awareness on the negative impact our actions as mankind have on our environment and earth as a […]
This post has been adapted from a recent post in The Guardian. In this article the issue of ‘hybrid plastics’ is discussed, highlighting the problematic waste streams generated by the types of waste that recyclers cannot easily deal with.
Plastics, Pyrolysis & The Pacific Garbage Patch By now, the horror stories of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch; the giant floating island mass in the North Central Pacific Ocean have been covered in abundance in the mainstream media. The mass, […]
Words and Images have been taken from The Future Economy Network group event write up.
Somerset County Council’s regulation committee approved PyroCore’s plans when it met in Taunton on November 7th 2019.
Engineers are testing a green waste disposal system on Britain’s newest aircraft carrier – reducing rubbish aboard one hundredfold.
At PyroCore, our technology centres around pyrolysis – it’s at the core of what we do and the systems we provide, hence the name, but it’s not a very well-known process.
It has been an exciting and eventful time for us at PyroCore over the past year. With an increasing public awareness of global issues surrounding waste, plastics, and sustainability, interest in the technology has risen dramatically.