Scandinavian Enviro Systems has received an order for pyrolysis oil, the total value of which Enviro estimates to be approximately MSEK 4.7 (USD 450,000)
Behind the order is the subsidiary of a leading US oil company that submitted an initial order for oil in February of 2022 for production tests.
Delivery of the order is expected over a period of about one year beginning in March 2023 and follows on from successful production testing by the customer that Enviro previously announced.
This follow up order is a confirmation that tyre pyrolysis oil has a place in the market and is another step towards success, not just for Enviro but for the whole sector.
The order that has been placed concerns oil recovered from end-of-life vehicle tyres – known as pyrolysis oil from Enviro’s plant in Åsensbruk, and is of the same type as the oil that the subsidiary ordered last year. The oil from the initial order was used for production tests to determine how suitable the oil is for the production of various biofuels. In November 2022, Enviro was able to announce that the production testing by the oil company in question had yielded good results.
Pricing of the order will be based on current market prices in connection with delivery, and at present Enviro believes that the total value of the order will amount to approximately MSEK 4.7 (USD 450,000).
“This order is yet another example of the growing interest in the oil we can recover and deliver to the market. Increasing volume requirements among our customers also confirm the need for expanded recycling capacity that we have identified and based our expansion plans on,” says Thomas Sörensson, CEO of Enviro.
Enviro’s recovered pyrolysis oil has been certified under the ISCC global sustainability certification system and approved in accordance with the EU REACH Directive.