Creating Value
From Recycled Plastics

We are a clean technology leader that produces value-added synthetic waxes, polymer additives, and other chemicals from recycled plastics. We are the first company in the world to upcycle post-consumer and post-industrial recycled plastics into synthetic polymers and additives that meet specific performance requirements for industrial applications. We are advancing a more circular economy where plastics are beneficially reused rather than landfilled.

GreenMantra Technologies – At a Glance 

Our Ceranovus® performance additives are used in:

GreenMantra’s unique manufacturing process enables us to develop customized products to meet exact requirements and enable:

    • improved manufacturing throughput
    • reduced formulation costs
    • enhanced finished product performance

     

    The GreenMantra Process:

     

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Growing to
Meet Demand

GreenMantra is growing rapidly and expanding our manufacturing facilities in Brantford, Ontario to meet demand for performance additives. Additionally, we are building a production line featuring new technology that will transform waste polystyrene into modified polymers for inks and other applications.

Working Toward a
Cleaner Environment

Of the 300 million tons of plastic produced globally each year, only about 10 percent is recycled. We are committed to the cost-effective transformation of plastic waste, even hard to recycle materials such as plastic film and grocery bags, into valuable products – improving the environment by beneficially reusing spent materials. Wax is traditionally made from fossil fuel feedstocks such as oil and natural gas. Because our patented technology enables us to use waste plastic as the feedstock, we are reducing reliance on fossil fuels.

GreenMantra Technologies’ Dr. Benjamin Scott Receives Young Leader Award from Canadian Plastics Industry Association

GreenMantra Technologies’ Dr. Benjamin Scott Receives Young Leader Award from Canadian Plastics Industry Association

Date: Oct 04, 2018 by Samantha Giggs

Dr. Benjamin Scott was recognized by the Canadian Plastics Industry Association with its Young Leader Award at the.

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