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renewlogy [ri-nyoo-luh-jee] n. - the science of renewing waste

Renewing ocean bound plastics through conversion

Renewlogy Oceans diverts plastic waste with biofences in rivers across the developing world, and renews these plastics into fuels while empowering local communities.

It is estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish

Ocean plastic pollution is a defining problem of our time

River Communities

A significant % of plastic enters oceans through rivers. Our ReFence’s can divert plastic waste from entering oceans, while creating local value for the community.

Island Communities

Island communities struggle with limited space to landfill plastic, and high energy costs. By converting the plastic into fuel, we offer a local circular solution.

 

Marine Vessels

Vessels are now trying to collect plastics at sea, and we offer an on-board solution to convert these plastics into fuels which can be used on board.

Developing Urban Areas

Lack of waste infrastructure in developing regions is a key contributor to ocean plastics: we offer a local smart city solution for office and residential complexes.

More plastic than fish in the sea by 2050

According to a study by The World Economic Forum

RenewOne - Plastic to fuel small scale, mobile system

Conversion

RenewOne

Plastics which have been collected and aren’t able to be recycled will be converted into fuels. RenewOne is mobile and can operate off-grid to produce fuels such as diesel. The simple touch screen creates a user-friendly interface.

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Renewlogy’s Ocean Cleanup Efforts

There are many ways to partner with us in our cleanup efforts: as a volunteer, a sponsor, or as a community in need. Reach out to us below to suggest a project or to learn how to get involved today and join us in turning the tide against plastic pollution.

Oceans

Renewlogy Oceans

In 2018, Renewlogy started working on a mobile system for converting low-value plastics into fuel, which could be used to address the ocean plastic crisis. In 2019, Renewlogy built its first system for…
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