Cynar awards $11 million contract Rockwell Automation

Cynar awards $11 million contract to Rockwell Automation

4:28 AM, 30th March 2012
Cynar awards $11 million contract to Rockwell Automation
Michael Murray, Chairman and CEO, Cynar.

MILWAUKEE, US: Cynar Plc, a leading technology company in the waste-to-energy market, has awarded an $11 million contract to Rockwell Automation to design and build a new end-of-life plastic to fuel conversion plant in Bristol, UK, for SITA UK Ltd. SITA is a Cynar customer and partners in its development of conversion technology of end-of-life plastics into fuel.

“Our technology represents a unique and profitable way to significantly decrease the amount of end-of-life plastics that are disposed of in landfills and incinerators. Rockwell Automation strengthens our technology by providing complete design, engineering life-cycle maintenance, and local support. We’ll have a process technology solution that will enable us to rapidly deploy our technology globally,” said Michael Murray, Chairman and CEO, Cynar.

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