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Waste-to-Energy process order for Rockwell Automation

03 April 2012

Cynar, a technology company in the waste-to-energy market, has awarded an contract to Rockwell Automation to design and build a new end-of-life plastic to fuel conversion plant in the UK for SITA UK, a partner in the development.

Cynar has developed a technology that converts 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 in landfills and incinerators,” said Michael Murray, Cynar plc CEO and chairman. “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.”

This contract includes the design and build of process skids, automation architecture, software, power control and engineering/startup services in one fully integrated solution, using the Rockwell Automation PlantPAx process automation system.

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