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198 West 21th Street, Suite 721
New York, NY 10010
+88 (0) 101 0000 000

GSF The Upcycling Leap!

GSF emerged from a revolutionary idea, upcycling mixed plastic waste leveraging on a proprietary in-house production of graphene based nanomaterials, effectively manufacturing feedstock to produce prime-quality polymers. A breakthrough in Molecular Recycling technologies.

Our innovation is a disruptive technology solving a growing and complex industry and environmental problem. GSF aims at providing waste managers, plastic converters, and recyclers a solution for waste plastic and petrochemical industries with building blocks for food-grade polymers or lab-grade resins.

The end products are completely derived from plastic waste.

This technology provides a sustainable solution for waste management and energy diversification achieving a true circular economy.

Not Just Re-Cycling
But Up-Cycling

Challenges still remain for end-of-life plastic waste. Their “re-use” in producing different materials is difficult and expensive. Mechanical recycling systems struggle in processing mixed plastic waste. Our Molecular Recycling technology processes mixed plastic waste streams and chemically upgrades them into high value feedstock; in some cases, back to pristine monomers.

This innovative process initiates a major breakthrough for securing a sustainable circular economy, upcycling non-recyclable mixed plastic waste into valuable resources.

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Think "Nano"

GSF can unlock plastic waste potential with a proprietary innovative nanomaterial based solution. This disruptive technology utilizes a mix of rare-earth materials, copper and carbon-based nanomaterials, proving that chemical upcycling IS possible!!

We upcycle mixed end-of-life plastics, multi-layered plastics, discarded mechanically recyclable plastics, and even ocean plastics that have been degraded by salt and sun. We process plastic waste into base chemicals, monomers and feedstocks.