Sarnia, Canada – Aduro Clean Technologies has announced that it is partnering with Chemelot Innovation and Learning Labs (CHILL) in the Netherlands on a research trajectory designed to advance and optimise the chemical recycling platform it has created.
Aduro has developed and patented water-based technologies to chemically recycle plastics and to transform heavy crude and renewable oils into new resources and higher-value fuels.
Aduro has become a Platinum partner to CHILL, a private limited liability company based on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus in Geleen, the Netherlands. Together, the companies will execute an experimentation programme aimed at accelerating the path to commercialisation of the technology.
Under the terms of this Platinum partnership, Aduro willl provide financial support to CHILL and in return receive access to skilled researchers, specialised equipment for testing and analysis of data, and additional services, including access to CHILL partner events and public relations campaigns.
“Aduro’s commitment to chemical recycling and their expertise in sustainable chemistry align with our mission to foster innovation and growth on the Brightlands Chemelot Campus,” said Jorgo Merchiers, business developer of Materials Lab at CHILL.