How Skytech sorts and regenerates high quality plastic resins

In Bonnières-sur-Seine (Yvelines), not far from Roche Guyon and Giverny, in the Eure, red brick buildings rise up, a legacy of the former Singer factory which produced there sewing machines. 1934 to 1968. This is where the young Skytech company set up to launch in November 2020 the regeneration of technical plastics – acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS), polypropylene (PP) and polystyrene (PS) – from electronic waste and electric vehicles (WEEE) and end-of-life vehicles (ELV).
This company is a spin-off of APR2, a company specializing in the collection, recycling and recovery of WEEE. It was really born in 2018, following a research project between AP2R and the CNRS on an innovative sorting system. It has belonged to the Xerys gestion fund since its creation. More than 10 million euros have already been invested, and Skytech’s capital has been increased to 10 million euros after fundraising of 5 million euros from its historic shareholder.

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