Solving Plastic Pollution Through Infinitely Renewed Plastics
What if all plastics were recycled? Today, less than 10% are. The other 90% are mismanaged, buried in landfills, sent to incinerators, or even worse, end up in our environment as litter, polluting our land, rivers, and oceans. But imagine if all plastics could be recycled. At Alterra, we convert plastics back into their original building blocks to produce new plastics and other valuable products. We’re disrupting the traditional thinking that hard-to-recycle plastics should be discarded and helping people see that plastics are valuable and designed to become new again. That’s Alterra — Solving Plastic Pollution Through Infinitely Renewed Plastics™.
At Alterra, we make plastics work harder by converting them back into their original building blocks to produce new plastics and other valuable products. We’re Solving Plastic Pollution through Infinitely Renewed Plastics™.
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Be Part of Our Team
We have some of the brightest minds in engineering, operations, and strategy on our team. We are accelerating our partners’ sustainability capabilities using cutting edge technology that assists in achieving the global imperative of plastic reuse in order to clean the planet. That takes a multi-disciplinary team of innovators and thought leaders to tackle. If you want to be a part of our rapidly growing team, please get in touch.
Join the Movement
Help Reverse the Course of Plastic Pollution
The movement to recycle more of the world’s discarded plastic and turn it into an infinite resource is real. It’s happening with consumers who are demanding new products be made with renewed plastic. It’s happening with manufacturers who are seeking new ways to turn plastic into a renewable resource that meets sustainability goals, minimizing reliance on fossil fuels for plastic production.
Learn About the Akron, OH Showcase Facility
At Alterra, we imagined an infinitely renewable plastics economy and created the advanced recycling process to make it happen. We engineered, designed, and built the world’s first truly continuous advanced recycling plant to solve plastic pollution. That’s how we do it in Akron, and now you can too — anywhere in the world.