Molecular recycling &
sustainable manufacturing

Refacture facilities will be designed to reuse, recover, and recycle as close to 100% of the chemicals contained in whatever waste material processed.

Refacture is
the evolution of waste treatment

with near…


carbon conversion & resource recovery.

Why manufacturing is better

Refacturing = Cradle-to-Cradle

~100% of mass RECOVERED
& re-manufactured into valuable products

Waste-to-Energy = Cradle-to-Grave

~100% of mass CONVERTED to
gaseous emissions & hazardous ash

Additional Benefits

Lower capex —

Cost of manufacturing equipment is lower than energy production equipment.

Greater feedstock flexibility —

Using highest and best use technologies for processing diverse waste compositions.

Full resource recovery —

Complete vitrification and volatilization using high thermal properties of plasma gasification.

Greater financial return —

Lower capital investment coupled with the sale of high-margin commercial products.

United States Case Study

A comparison to

Land usage

The US disposes 280 million tonnes of MSW per year across 3,000 landfills over 560,000 acres of land.

On the other hand, if only 0.71% of this land was used for 200 Refacture facilities the US could become a zero-waste economy.


To date, the US has spent a total of $427 Billion constructing landfills (roughly $1 Million/acre).

In contrast, it would cost less than $40 Billion (< 9%) to build 200 Refacture facilities to process all of America’s waste while increasing its GDP.

Solve the waste problem
using <1% of the land dedicated to landfills.


Landfills release toxins to the air, soil, and ground and surface water.

Conversely, if the US could suddenly switch to a Refacture model for the next 30 years it could prevent 4.7 Billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions (worth ~$61 Billion in carbon credits).

10x more revenue

10x less capex

1000x lower environmental footprint