KBR and Mura Technology Announce First Plastics Recycling Technology Contract with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
HOUSTON, June 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – KBR (NYSE: KBR) and Mura Technology today announced the first joint contract for their Hydro-PRT℠ plastic recycling technology with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) in Japan.
Hydro-PRT was developed by Mura and licensed exclusively from KBR. Hydro-PRT uses a unique patented process that uses supercritical steam to convert all types of plastics into commercial products that can be used to make new plastics for a true circular economy.
“We are very excited to announce our first global license with KBR,” said Dr. Steve Mahon, CEO of Mura Technology. “Our technology offers a differentiated, proven, and scalable solution for companies looking to have an immediate impact on their ESG goals.
“KBR is proud to be Mura’s exclusive licensing partner for this breakthrough technology,” said Doug Kelly, KBR President, Technology. “Over the past few months we’ve seen tremendous interest in Hydro-PRT from many leading companies around the world and we’re excited about MCC’s decision to be an early adopter to help them meet their sustainability goals.”
KBR has been a leader in the development, commercialization and plant design of process technologies for over 50 years.
We deliver scientific, technological and engineering solutions to governments and businesses around the world. KBR employs around 29,000 people worldwide with customers in more than 80 countries and branches in 40 countries.
KBR prides itself on working with customers around the world to provide technology, value-added services, and long-term operations and maintenance services to ensure consistent delivery with predictable results. At KBR we deliver.
About Mura technology
Mura Technology’s mission is to eradicate global plastic pollution and create sustainable societies.
We are pioneers in a globally scalable technology to prevent millions of tons of plastic and carbon from entering our natural environment and becoming one every year $ 120 billion lost resource plastic waste has become a valuable global raw material. Our technology can recycle all plastic waste and produce the ingredients for brand new products, reducing the need for new and fossil fuel derived plastics.
We’re partnering with the biggest global brands to scale globally and drive a sustainable plastics economy for the next decade. By 2025 we want to have a capacity for 1,000,000 tons of plastics recycling in operation or development.
The company is based in London, UK. visit http://www.muratechnology.com/
About Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
As a core company of the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group, Mitsubishi Chemical strives to offer solutions to ecological and social problems and to contribute to the sustainable development of people, society and the earth through its chemistry-based businesses. In this way we want to realize KAITEKI – a state that contributes to sustainable development that is optimal for people, society and the earth.
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