TotalEnergies buys petrochemical feedstock from Indaver’s recycling facility


Belgium – A business contract for the delivery of petrochemical feedstock made from recycling mixed polyolefin waste has been signed by TotalEnergies and Indaver.

In accordance with this contract, TotalEnergies will buy the petrochemical feedstock made at Indaver’s initial Plastics2Chemicals facility (P2C). At its facility in Antwerp, Indaver will provide and convert post-consumer mixed plastic trash into a petrochemical feedstock using its unique depolymerization technique. The plant is currently being built, and it should start operating in 2024.

Range of applications

At its Antwerp manufacturing facilities, TotalEnergies will transform this petrochemical feedstock into high-quality circular polymers. The recycled polymers will be ideal for a wide range of high-demand applications, including food-grade packaging, because they have qualities and attributes that are identical to those of virgin polymers.