Regenyx: Changing the way we recycle polystyrene

Regenyx, a plastic recycling facility using Agilyx chemical recycling technology to convert Polystyrene waste into styrene monomer

The world’s first chemical recycler of post-use polystyrene

Regenyx, located in Tigard, Oregon (US), is a 50/50 joint venture between AmSty and Agilyx. The company converts post-use polystyrene back into its original components for production under the PolyRenew label. Regenyx showcases Agilyx technology on a commercial scale.

U.S. Representative Kurt Schrader and Agilyx leadership looking at waste plastic feedstock in a chemical recycling facility in Tigard, Oregon.

Tigard is at the hub of our mission to make plastic circular

Tigard, Oregon (US), is home to Agilyx and the site of our commercial-scale advanced recycling facility and R&D labs. Post-use polystyrene is aggregated by commercially contracted suppliers and supported by cost-free drop-off recycling for the local community. The site is ISCC PLUS certified for circularity.
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Agilyx employees working in the analytical laboratory for chemical recycling systems.