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Market

Addressing the end of life plastics waste crisis

Strategy

Invest in advanced recycling technologies; that create markets for waste streams

Execution

Leverage market experience to commercialise and scale technologies

Solving the
waste problem

Create a circular plastic economy

Infinity Recycling is established by Jan Willem Muller and Jeroen Kelder to bring a return-driven approach to sustainability. The team’s experience in trading commodities and corporate finance provides considerable value to the technology companies, helping them to convert valuable IP into profitable, scalable businesses.

The team’s philosophy is to look at the value of a commodity first, and then work backwards. By investing in advanced recycling technologies, the firm profitably converts non-recyclable waste into chemical feedstock or fuels, thereby giving waste a value. Whilst at the same time lowering the CO2 footprint of the plastics economy and creating a true circular economy.

Market

Addressing the end of life plastics waste crisis

Strategy

Invest in advanced recycling technologies; that create markets for waste streams

Execution

Leverage market experience to commercialise and scale technologies

Solving the
waste problem

Create a circular plastic economy

Infinity Recycling is established by Jan Willem Muller and Jeroen Kelder to bring a return-driven approach to sustainability. The team’s experience in trading commodities and corporate finance provides considerable value to the technology companies, helping them to convert valuable IP into profitable, scalable businesses.

The team’s philosophy is to look at the value of a commodity first, and then work backwards. By investing in advanced recycling technologies, the firm profitably converts non-recyclable waste into chemical feedstock or fuels, thereby giving waste a value. Whilst at the same time lowering the CO2 footprint of the plastics economy and creating a true circular economy.

We need to
act now

Plastic production increased exponentially, from 2.3 million tons in 1950 to 488 million tons today. Production is expected to more than triple by 2050.

The linear consumption of plastic and the lack of appropriate recycling infrastructure has led to plastic waste swamping rivers and oceans. This has now become one of the world’s most pressing issues.

The rapidly increasing production of plastic products overwhelms the world’s ability to deal with the waste. Advancement in technologies will enable us to increase the mechanical recycling percentages, but more than 50% of the waste streams can never be mechanically recycled due to the chemical nature of plastics and the way in which we use it.

Advanced recycling brings the solution for these,
non recyclable waste streams, enabling a transformation from a linear economy to a sustainable circular economy.

We need to
act now

Plastic production increased exponentially, from 2.3 million tons in 1950 to 488 million tons today. Production is expected to more than triple by 2050.

The linear consumption of plastic and the lack of appropriate recycling infrastructure has led to plastic waste swamping rivers and oceans. This has now become one of the world’s most pressing issues.

The rapidly increasing production of plastic products overwhelms the world’s ability to deal with the waste. Advancement in technologies will enable us to increase the mechanical recycling percentages, but more than 50% of the waste streams can never be mechanically recycled due to the chemical nature of plastics and the way in which we use it.

Advanced recycling brings the solution for these,
non recyclable waste streams, enabling a transformation from a linear economy to a sustainable circular economy.

Meet our team

Jan-Willem-Muller

Jan-Willem Muller

Managing Partner

Experienced leader in petrochemical market. For the past 15 years Jan Willem was a book leader for renowned trading company. Successfully developed a position in the recycling market by leveraging his extensive network within the global petrochemical industry. He has invested in several promising new ventures.

Jeroen Kelder

Jeroen Kelder

Managing Partner

Finance executive with over 20 years’ experience in M&A, corporate finance and operations. Over the past years, Jeroen has developed a deep understanding of how the circular economy drives value to investors and he brings a wealth of experience in structuring complex transactions designed to achieve tangible impact.

Advisory Board

Infinity Recycling is supported by an independent Advisory Board consisting of executives from key segments in the plastics value chain. The board provides market intelligence and strategic advice, enabling Infinity Recycling and its portfolio companies to stay ahead of the curve.

CIRCULAR, impactful AND PROFITABLE

Infinity Recycling creates markets for end of life waste streams by investing in advanced recycling technologies and connecting the value chain.

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