Fire at the factory in EgebjergDato: 11. October 2021
On Friday morning, October 8, 2021, a large fire broke out in our warehouse of waste plastic at the factory in Egebjerg. Fortunately, no one was injured.
The emergency services and police, together with the Danish Emergency Management Agency, gained control of the fire during the morning.
The police and the Danish Emergency Management Agency are currently working to find the causes of the fire. From WPU, we have initiated an independent investigation, and we expect to know more about the cause before the end of the week.
On Friday morning, October 8, 2021, a large fire broke out in our warehouse of waste plastic at the ...
WPU is Building 3 New FactoriesDato: 21. September 2021
WPU has made contracts for the construction of three new factories to produce oil from waste plastic. The last factory will be ready in 2024, and when production is up and running, WPU will potentially save our society 300,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions per year.
The first factory will be built in Fårevejle and have six new pyrolysis reactors. Next, the two factories will be located in respectively Nakskov and Esbjerg each having 12 reactors. The location at the dock is not randomly planned, as several of the major buyers of the oil made from plastic waste will have it delivered by ship.
When the three new factories are in full production, they will create approximately 140 new jobs. WPU expects to continue to expand with new factories in Germany, Norway and Sweden.
WPU has made contracts for the construction of three new factories to produce oil from waste ...
WPU shoots for the MoonDato: 24. August 2021
Business Hub Zealand has just appointed Waste Plastic Upcycling among the regions most promising companies – with the potential to reach a turnover of one billion Danish kroner.
This means that WPU is part of the exclusive project “Man on the Moon”, which offers a tailor-made development course for the region’s most promising companies.
“We are pleased that Business Hub Zealand sees great potential in our company and technological solution that can prevent the incineration of plastic waste. We look forward to being part of the project,” explains CEO Niels Bagge.
“Man on the Moon” is a strategic collaboration between Business Hub Zealand, Copenhagen Capacity, DTU, RUC, Absalon, the business academy Zealand and of course the 20 nominated companies. The goal is to create the large companies of the future in Region Zealand.
Business Hub Zealand has just appointed Waste Plastic Upcycling among ...
Results from ongoing production exceeds expectationsDato: 6. August 2021
The good news is pouring out from the Waste Plastic Upcyclings (WPU) facility in Egeberg, Denmark.
After a period of testing, WPU has been in stable and continuous operation the last couple of months. And the results do not only live up to expectations – on different levels the company performs better than you would have dared hoping for.
“The latest analyses show that our utilization rate is significantly higher than expected and shows us that we are dealing with a technology with great potential to revolutionize our management of waste plastic,” Niels Bagge, the administrative director of WPU, explains.
The production at WPU’s facility in Egebjerg has the capacity to manage 17 tonnes of waste plastic each day. The waste plastic is transformed into 12 tonnes of plastic oils and 4.25 tonnes of pyrolytic gas.
The facility can virtually handle all types of plastic and leaves no environmental hazardous residues. Furthermore, the entire facility runs on the energy which comes from the process itself which means the production is 100 % circular.
The great results are also reflected in the customers who are ready to buy WPU’s plastic oils. WPU has thus entered into agreements with clients in Denmark and abroad who work with both plastic manufacturing and fuel production.
The good news is pouring out from the Waste Plastic Upcyclings (WPU) facility in Egeberg, Denmark. ...
Egebjerg company is moving forwardDato: 21. June 2021
WPU has advancing plans about constructing a plant in both Esbjerg and Nakskov in Denmark, and it advances quickly to get them approved by Business Hub Zealand who has appointed WPU to one of the 20 so called “man of the moon” companies.
WPU has advancing plans about constructing a plant in both Esbjerg and Nakskov in Denmark, and it ...
New certificate proves sustainable productionDato: 11. June 2021
Waste Plastic Upcycling (WPU) has just now obtained ISCC certification of the company’s production in Egebjerg in Denmark.
A ISCC certification is also called a sustainability certification. The certificate is issued by Baltic Control Certification and testifies that the entire production flow lives up to the organization’s strict sustainability requirements.
“It is an important step in our efforts to show that WPU lives up to the highest of the international standards for sustainable production. And after having worked long and hard to obtain the necessary documentation, we are now happy to have the certificate,” Niels Bagge, the administrative director of WPU, explains.
However, WPU is not the only one who has obtained the highly demanded certificate. Many of the company’s main partners have obtained said certificate. This means that WPU can guarantee a sustainable production across the entire production chain.
“Now we are able to document to the rest of the world that we even more so now live up to our purpose; to bring new life to plastic waste and create sustainable balance in the productions,” Niels Stielund, chairman of the board in WPU, explains.
Waste Plastic Upcycling (WPU) has just now obtained ISCC certification of the company’s production ...