A Russian company from Moscow is looking for partners from Serbia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina who can supply mixed plastic waste obtained after sorting solid waste to the city of Grad Brod under a supplier agreement.
The Russian company from Moscow was established in 2013 and nowadays is one of the leading Russian electrochemical companies. Today the Russian company is implementing an energy project at the Brodsky oil refinery in Bosnia and Herzegovina, which is controlled by a Russian company. The Russian company needs mixed plastic waste to implement an energy project, which consists of: low-pressure polyethylene, high density (50%); high pressure polyethylene, low density (25%); polypropylene (25%); up to 10% polystyrene and up to 5% polyvinyl chloride are acceptable. A deviation from the specified volumes is allowed within 10% of each fraction. The Russian company is also considering options for the supply of other waste combinations, but this will require additional study and approval. The Russian company considers any volume of supplies. The Russian company is looking for various waste sorting plants or plastic waste aggregators, and other interested parties, which are located no more than 400-500 km from the Brodsky refinery in Bosnia and Herzegovina within the framework of a supplIer agreement. Under this agreement, the foreign partner will have to supply sorted plastic waste, crushed into fractions or pressed (mixed with any inorganic impurities) to the Brodsky refinery. The Russian company will accept sorted plastic waste for further use in its energy project.
Type (e.g. company, R&D institution…), field of industry and Role of Partner Sought:
Type - large, small companies The Parter's role is to supply mixed plastic waste to the Brodsky refinery in Bosnia and Herzegovina under a supplier agreement.
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
- The partner must be located no further than 400-500 km from the Brodsky oil refinery in Bosnia and Herzegovina. - Waste should consist mainly of (deviation within 10% of each fraction is allowed): • 50% Low pressure polyethylene, high density; • 25% Polyethylene of high pressure, low density; • 25% Polypropylene (PP) • Acceptable up to 10% Polystyrene (PS) • Acceptable up to 5% Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) - Other combinations of plastic waste are allowed, but this will require additional study and agreement with a Russian company.
Stage of Development:
Already on the market