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LAUPAT INDUSTRIES offers you a unique opportunity to help the world to recover from the damage that has been done to her. You can help the world by investing in our innovative projects. Besides the fact that you will help the world to recover, you will also generate a surprisingly good return. We are comitted to ensure the future of the environment in which we live.
LAUPAT INDUSTRIES’ ambition is to work with PYRUM INNOVATIONS to roll out this much-needed technology at a global level, starting in the PORT of ANTWERP.
This technology developed in Germany is at TRL9 stage and therefore ready for an international roll-out.
The PORT of ANTWERP was chosen because of its international character as a landlord port, which allows 24/7 production and with access via both waterway and rail, which facilicates the supply of feedstock and removal of the end products, resulting in an enormous reduction of CO2 emissions during transport.
LAUPAT INDUSTRIES will also work with renowned internationale partners for the international roll-out and advanced negotiations are already underway in several countries.
With more than 1 billion tires produced per year, it is an industry with a big waste challenge. There is a tire landfill in Kuwait so big that it can be seen from space. Millions of old car, bus, tractor and truck tires are dumped here after reaching the end of their life (End-to-Life-Tires). Millions of tires languish in “graveyards” around the world, creating a fire hazard and a long-term global environmental hazard and causing a long-term global environmental problem.
An economically viable solution exists to recycle rubber tires effectively, by converting them into high-quality oil, carbon and steel. We strive to reduce pollution caused by the landfilling and incineration of “ELT” rubber tires, as this is a valuable raw material. Our technology recycles 100% of each tire and offers enormous potential.
Implementing our depolymerisation technology globally to make sustainable products as monomers for the production of new plastics and petrochemicals, from what is now called a problematic waste stream.
The process is completely emission-free (no CO2 emissions) because all the vapours are collected and condensed. The exhaust stream is cooled and washed before being released, keeping it well below the required limits. The oil produced by this process is a bio-rare oil, similar to diesel. This oil can be blended with fossil fuel, resulting in no loss of performance and 30% less nitrogen dioxide in exhaust emissions.
All types of tyres were tested, including aircraft and tractor tires.
Using technologies without co2 creation
Non-mechanically recyclable plastics such as foils, multilayers, packaging waste, etc… are currently not recycled and have become a worldwide problem, resulting in pollution of the environment. Just look at the plastic waste that threatens our rivers and ocean and has a huge negative impact on fauna and flora.
We strive to reduce contamination, landfill and incineration of plastic waste because it is a valuable feedstock.
To implement our depolymerization technology worldwide and make renewable products such as monomers for virgin plastics and petrochemicals out of what is now considered a problematic waste stream.
The process is completely emission-free (no CO2 emissions) because all the vapours are collected and condensed.The exhaust stream is cooled and washed before being released, keeping it well below the required limits. The oil produced by this process is a bio-rare oil, similar to diesel. This oil can be blended with fossil fuel, resulting in no loss of performance and 30% less nitrogen dioxide in exhaust emissions.
All types of non mechanically recyclable plastics were tested.
Using almost energy neutral technologies
Walter Patijn (born 1959), after more than 35 years of (private) banking experience, is fascinated by the fact that every person and every project is different from others. The fact that people and projects are unique means that they all need a unique approach, which they no longer experience at most banks.
After completing his education, supplemented with 3 years of professional military services, Walter grew up as a banker within ABN Amro. He acquired national and international Private Banking skills at Van Lanschot Bankiers and Merrill Lynch, among others. Today he is full-time there for his clients, driven by the intense and complementary collaboration with Frank Lauwers within Lauwco.
Founder - Laupat Industries
Frank Lauwers (born1962) is an engineer through and through. He has a strong eye for details, thinks strategically and is always alert to new opportunities and possibilities for his clients. He is enthusiastic about new projects and particularly the complexity of international projects. He has more than 30 years of experience in all kinds of project management. Frank is particularly good in listening and takes a genuine interest in people and their environment. Every project requires its own approach.
Frank studied construction engineering, master in real-estate and building-project management. He assisted in the feasibility studies and development of many construction projects, both small and large, one more complex than the other. The ever-increasing complexity of project financing has encouraged collaboration with Walter Patijn, which resulted in the establishment of Lauwco in 2017.
Founder - Laupat Industries