RES Polyflow Recognized With Economic Development Award

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Perry, Ohio / April 5, 2016 – RES Polyflow has been recognized by economic development officials in Steuben County IN for its commitment to the town of Ashley for a production facility that is slated to open in 2017.  The Invest Steuben Award was presented to RES Polyflow officials on March […]

ACC, INDUSTRY LEADERS Testify at Illinois Senate Hearing on Energy Recovery Technologies

Tweet For Immediate Release January 29, 2016 Contact: Andrew Fasoli (202) 249-6516  Andrew_Fasoli@americanchemistry.com  ACC, INDUSTRY LEADERS Testify at Illinois Senate Hearing on Energy Recovery Technologies SPRINGFIELD IL (Jan. 29, 2016) – The American Chemistry Council (ACC) recently testified before the Illinois Senate Committee on Environment and Conservation during a hearing to explore  the innovations of energy […]

State And Local Officials Applaud Selection Of Ashley Indiana For RES Polyflow Production Facility

Tweet ASHLEY, Ind. (Dec. 22, 2015) – RES Polyflow, a renewable energy solutions company, announced plans to locate its new Midwest production hub here, creating up to 136 new jobs by 2019. “With the highest concentration of manufacturing jobs in the nation, Indiana is a leader in advanced manufacturing,” said Governor Mike Pence. “That’s attracting […]

RES Polyflow Selects Ashley, IN As Site For Midwest Production Facility

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Re:   RES Polyflow Selects Ashley, Indiana For Regional Production Facility Perry, Ohio / December 22, 2015 – Ohio based manufacturer RES Polyflow announced today that Ashley Indiana has been selected as the location for its Midwest production facility.  Groundbreaking will take place in the second quarter of 2016.  Once operational, phase […]

Plastics-to-Fuel & Petrochemistry Alliance Broadens Reach With New Name, Adds New Member

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Tweet Formerly known as the Plastics-to-Oil Technologies Alliance, the PFPA recently modified its name to reflect the wide range of versatile technologies and products offered by its membership. These include liquid fuels such as diesel and naphtha, crude oil for conversion to fuels or chemicals, and waxes, lubricants and other valuable products.  Learn more about […]

Plastics to Fuel: The Next Green Machine

Tweet Why do plastics have an intrinsic value as a fuel source? Plastics are created primarily from energy feedstocks, typically natural gas or oil (mostly natural gas in the United States). The hydrocarbons that make up plastics are embodied in the material itself, essentially making plastics a form of stored energy, which can be turned […]

Tapping the Potential of Plastics to Fuel

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Tweet In this op-ed published by Renewable Energy From Waste Magazine, RES Polyflow Director of Sales and Marketing Michael Dungan makes the case for modernizing current state and local waste regulations to accelerate the proliferation of plastics to fuel technologies in the U.S. Tweet

New Members Appointed to RES Polyflow Board of Managers

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in The RES Polyflow Story | No Comments

Tweet FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Re:   New Members Appointed to RES Polyflow Board of Managers  Perry, Ohio / July 6, 2015 – Ohio based manufacturer RES Polyflow announced the appointment of two new members to the company’s Board of Managers effective June 16, 2015. Michael Erler joins the RES Polyflow Board of Managers on behalf of […]

Global Forum Tackles End of Life Strategies for Waste Plastic

Tweet The fourth annual Plasticity Forum took place in Cascais, Portugal, June 7-9, 2015, with the global event bringing together more than 80 business and industry officials, sustainability experts, plastic producers and users, innovators, government representatives and other thought leaders to discuss innovative solutions to the growing plastic problem facing our land and marine environments.  Plastics-To-Fuels […]

Plastics to Fuel: Creating Energy from Nonrecycled Plastic (video)

Tweet A new video produced by the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics-to-Oil Technologies Alliance shows how companies are transforming used, nonrecycled plastics into oil, fuels, and petroleum-based products. These plastics-to-fuel technologies which complement ongoing recycling efforts, are being embraced as a way to recover clean energy from plastics that cannot be economically recycled. Tweet