Who we are

A game changer in plastic recycling

Globally, less than 20% of produced plastics currently gets recycled. As an innovative cleantech company with an efficient and scalable recycling technology, Pryme provides a meaningful solution to the plastic waste problem.

Our first processing plant is under construction in the port of Rotterdam and will become operational in 2022. This will be followed by an ambitious rollout of our technology across Europe and around the world, in collaboration with strategic partners.

Globally, less than 20% of produced plastics currently gets recycled. As an innovative cleantech company with an efficient and scalable recycling technology, Pryme provides a meaningful solution to the plastic waste problem.

Our first processing plant is under construction in the port of Rotterdam and will become operational in 2022. This will be followed by an ambitious rollout of our technology across Europe and around the world, in collaboration with strategic partners.

Our ambition is to contribute to a low-carbon, circular plastic economy in collaboration with strategic partners along the value chain.
Johannes van der Endt, founder and CEO

Our solution: sustainable and circular

We provide a sustainable, circular solution to converting waste plastics into valuable feedstock that is ready for further processing by petrochemical companies to produce new plastic.

Forest road circle

Our process: efficient and scalable

Based on research initiated in 2008, Pryme has developed a new approach to an existing and proven chemical recycling technology. By optimizing the industry-known pyrolysis process with proprietary characteristics, we are able to convert waste plastics into petrochemical products with a high conversion rate, at a large scale and with a low carbon footprint.

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  • 0 annual tonnes of intake capacity of the first plant in Rotterdam
  • 0+million annual tonnes of European plastic waste suitable as feedstock for Pryme
  • 0 annual tonnes of CO2 emissions avoided by chemical recycling (pyrolysis) of plastic waste versus incineration (energy recovery) -for each Pryme reactor line of 40,000 tonnes. (source: TNO, 2021)
  • 0% of plastic packaging waste in Europe to be recycled by 2025