Lup considered Krysteline’s glass clean-up technology to be vital in the creation of a suitable quality feedstock for the production of powder meeting the high standards of this industry.
The first project following the distribution agreement between Krysteline Technologies and Lup Colombia is to have a pilot processing plant up and running in 2020.
This partnership and new distribution channel will expose Krysteline Technologies to a new marketplace full of opportunities.
It will also providing sustainable and economic prospects for regions in Colombia to harness the potential in their glass waste to provide production of recycled glass products that can be used locally, adding to the economy whilst also promoting environmental benefits.
The Lup Colombia pilot plant will be used to showcase the practicalities of glass recycling and its possibilities to other regions of Colombia and South America.
Caitlin Oliver, Co-Founder of Lup Colombia, said:“Krysteline Technologies’ cutting-edge glass processing technology enables us to effectively manage glass waste in Colombia and create value-add products for our clients.
“In addition, its knowledge of the complexities of recycling system design has proven invaluable.”
Steve Whettingsteel, CEO & Managing Director, Krysteline Technologies added: “We look forward to working with Krysteline Technologies to promote low CO2 products and drive sustainable glass recycling solutions throughout Colombia.” –
“We are excited to see the first plant installed in Columbia during 2020 and to see our low CO2 products being used within the construction industry there.”