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SKYTECH participation développement durable






Recycling complex plastic polymers

Skytech develops an innovative technological process for sorting recycled industrial plastics to produce new, regenerated plastic materials, such as ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PS (polystyrene) and PP (polypropylene), from blends of Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) and End-of-Life Vehicles.

Its industrial process is based on the development of an innovative technology: triboelectric separation.


SKYTECH inaugurated its new site at the Val d’Hazey in October 2022 in order to reach the next steps of its ambitious development plan. The new plant has 1 pre-treatment line, 3 separation lines, 4 granulation lines, and a production at full capacity of 45,000 tons. In addition to the resulting gains in capacity and economies of scale, the company has also developed a color sorting line that will give it a definite competitive edge.


The company will pursue its commercial and industrial development on an international scale.
By 2026, the group targets to have 4 plants in Europe with a capacity of around 115,000 tonnes.
SKYTECH’s ambition for 2030 is to be a global player in recycled engineering plastics, present on 3 continents, with a production capacity of 250,000 tonnes and sales of €300 million.

Dedicated team

Jacqueline Lecourtier


Aïda Thiam

Investment Manager,
Member of the Investment Committee

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