Encina places great value on the relationships we have with our stakeholders. Each of them helps us to provide on the promise to deliver circular chemicals for our customers.
Encina has joined the American Chemistry Council, an association of more than 190 companies that drive innovation and advocate for public policies that support the creation of products that improve lives, protect our environment, and enhance the economic vitality.
Chemex Global, Inc. has an Engineering, Procurement and Fabrication (EPF) contract with Encina for the deployment of Encina’s proprietary waste catalytic conversion facility in San Antonio, Tx. Chemex Global, Inc. will also be assisting with the installation and commissioning along with the SWRI Chemical Engineering Team.
Encina utilizes CPFD to squarely put science behind our plant’s critical decisions on everything from fluidization quality to elutriation rates
Eurecat helps Encina develop the optimal catalyst performance for our systems
Hazen provides Encina with full detailed laboratory work product and specifications for components & processes that are important to our facilities.
Encina is part of PSRI’s international consortium of companies focused on the advancement of technology in the multiphase flows with granular and granular-fluid systems
Encina has appointed Hyundai to provide design & construction services for our projects.
Sulzer GTC Technology continues to provide Engineering support to the Encina Projects. Sulzer GTC has worked closely with Encina to develop an efficient process to extract the aromatic products and purify them to industry standards.
Technip Energies is working with Encina to develop the catalytic conversion and fluidization technologies for Encina’s proprietary conversion system. The design will be robust and flexible for a variety of feedstocks.
Products & Solutions
Producing valuable circular chemicals, predominantly, BTX/P from waste plastic
Proprietary technologies enable us to economically extract BTX/P through catalytic cracking