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Agilyx Begins Delivery of Recycled Styrene Monomer to AmSty

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The Woodlands, Texas– March 19, 2019 – An important milestone has been reached to fulfill the previous offtake agreement signed by AmSty and Agilyx. The first commercial truckload of recycled styrene monomer (RSM) was sent to the AmSty facility in St. James, Louisiana. 

This is the first step in the PolyUsable process of converting used polystyrene products back into their original liquid form, then back into fresh polystyrene products.  “We are excited to work with Agilyx, a leading developer of recycling technologies for plastics, as we continue to improve our PolyUsable™ process assuring polystyrene remains a viable and growing component of the circular economy,” said Brad Crocker, President and CEO of AmSty.

The full press release from Agilyx can be found here:
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/agilyx-and-amsty-continue-to-revolutionize-the-recycling-industry-300814803.html?tc=eml_cleartime

 

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Contacts

Mr. Joshua Want, 844-512-1212
Communications Manager

About AmSty
AmSty is one of the largest integrated producers of polystyrene and styrene monomer in the Western Hemisphere, offering solutions and services to customers in a variety of markets throughout the Americas. The company is headquartered in The Woodlands, Texas, and is now a member of the American Chemistry Council and its Responsible Care initiative.

About Agilyx
Agilyx is an environmental technology and development company located in Tigard, Oregon that extracts value from difficult-to-recycle mixed waste plastic streams. The Company has developed the first full-circle system capable of recycling post-consumer polystyrene (packaging materials, foam cups, etc.) into styrene monomer, which is then used to make new polystyrene (“PS”) equal in quality and composition to the original product. The company has also commercialized a technology that converts mixed plastics to high quality VGO crude. Agilyx is working with waste service providers, municipalities, refiners, and private and public enterprises to develop closed-loop industrial solutions for mixed waste plastics.