Greenstar and Vadxx Energy establish joint venture to produce oil from plastics

Greenstar Recycling, the American recycling company, signed a joint venture with waste-to-oil producer Vadxx Energy this past week. The two companies signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to produce crude oil from plastics by mid-2012. Vadxx thermochemically converts petroleum-based waste, such...

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