To become a world leading solution provider for the utilisation of plastic and tyre waste, transforming the unrecyclable, mixed and contaminated materials that cannot be recovered by conventional recycling methods into high value products.
We aim to change the view of end-of-life materials to a valuable resource through our patented technology and know-how giving polymer waste a new life. In doing so we will play a significant role in the goal of zero landfill and incentivise the removal of end-of-life materials in our environment.
Why we do what we do:
Build a better future for the generations to come
the global issue of unrecyclable plastic and tyre.
recovery rate of polymer waste through new technology.
natural resources by utilizing end of life materials.
HELPING TO END…
environmental destruction caused by plastic pollution
The scale of the plastic problem is immense, according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050 and the rate of pollution is increasing still.
- OSF have solved the common problems of pyrolysis oils through our technology.
- Product yields up to 95% the OSF processes support high recovery rates for recycling.
- Scalable from waste management applications through to refining and petrochemical operations
- Adaptable for multiple feedstock and contamination levels.
Unlocking Polymer Pyrolysis oil
Oxford Sustainable Fuels has discovered a key process to complete the utilisation of waste polymer into transportation quality fuels and chemical feedstocks for recycling, providing a viable route to utilise waste previously left for incineration or landfill. We were...
OSF’s Ben Williams speaks with Oxford Sparks about the potential to utilise waste plastics
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WHO ARE OXFORD
Formed in 2017, Oxford Sustainable Fuels (OSF) was spun out of Oxford University based on the inventions and patents of Dr Tiancun Xiao, Dr Zhaoxi Zhang and Professor Peter Edwards within the Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory. Our R&D facility and head office is located at Begbroke Science Park on the outskirts of Oxford.
Oxford Sustainable Fuels Ltd
Begbroke Science Park
T: +44 (0)1865 309622