OUR
HISTORY

Leading the development and commercialization of technologies and innovations in existing markets is very difficult work. Creating a new industry is a whole other matter. Agilyx and its small team has been hard at work over the last 14 years developing technologies, know how and comprehensive solution platforms essentially marrying the interests of the waste and recycling industries with petrochemical industries.

 

Our passion for solving the plastic waste problem and turning plastics into a long term durable carbon source, has motivated and propelled us to where we are today. Today we are working with partners all over the world to scale the various options for converting waste plastics into valuable resources. Below is a sampling of the efforts we have exerted. We are very proud of our heritage.

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2004

Founded by Kevin Dewitt in a garage in Longview, WA as PlastoFuel. Chris Ullum joins Kevin in 2006.

2006

First technology generation reactor developed

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2006

First Oil Produced

2007

Second Generation system released

2007

Expanded operations and moved back to Brook, OR

2008

Generation 3 technology/ system released

2008

Moved to Tigard, OR

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2008

Signed an offtake agreement with USOR

2010

Generation 4 technology released

2010

First Shipment of oil

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2011

Commercial deployment of batch processing system

2011

Corporate Offices moved to Beaverton, OR

2012

Generation 5 technology with semi-batch reactor system released

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2013

TSCA registration received from EPA for Agilyx Synthetic Crude oil (ASCO)

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2014

8 million lbs of mixed waste plastics processed = 800,000 gallons of crude

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2016

Offtake agreement reached with Munroe Energy / Delta Airlines

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2017

Offtake agreement signed with AMSTY

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2017

Joint Development Agreement reached with INEOS / Styrolution

2018

First waste polystyrene to styrene monomer facility