Carbon Recycle

We don’t believe in waste

The sustainable fuel solution that lowers carbon emissions and lightens landfill.

Each year Australia produces 459,000 tonnes of tyre waste and 3.5 million tonnes of plastic waste, of which over 130,000 tonnes of tyre waste is sent to landfill, and only 13% of discarded plastic is recycled and recovered for further use.

Notoriously hard to dispose of the remaining 137,700 tonnes of tyre waste is sent to stockpiles and landfill, alongside 2.175 million tonnes of plastic waste where they produce pollutants including greenhouse gases and microplastics that have a devastating impact on the environment.

Western Australia ‘s recovery rate for plastic waste is even lower, at 6.5% for the 260,000 tonnes produced annually. With plastic consumption in Australia predicted to increase to around 8.75 million tonnes by 2050, we need to ensure lowering landfill contributions is a priority to protect our vulnerable ecosystems.

Our sustainable fuel solution

Carbon Recycle diverts end-of-life tyres and waste plastics from landfill and reclaims them as a valuable resource for the circular economy. We aim to produce clean, sustainable low carbon fuel that will reduce the carbon emissions of our transport industry and move them towards a net zero future. As a by-product of the process, we will produce high quality carbon black for re-use in tyre manufacturing and other industries.

Clean, environmentally friendly technology

Our breakthrough electromagnetic induction pyrolysis process, with no combustion-based emissions, generates sustainable ultra-low sulphur diesel, carbon black, and energy. Developed by Global Emerald Energy, this technology has been thoroughly and successfully tested at a pilot plant in China for over 6 years.

Our plants will be powered by the energy they produce, ensuring our process is clean, closed loop, and kinder to the Earth.

Path to zero (road map)


Secure pre-development funding

Secure land

Secure tyre and plastic waste supply agreements

Secure offtake agreement

Secure technology insurance

Environmental assessment

Commence regulatory approvals

Assess applicable grants

Complete preliminary engineering

Negotiate and secure project funding



Finalise regulatory approvals

Engineering, fabrication, construction, installation and commissioning

Award operations and maintenance contracts



Operations Ramp-up

Commence full operation



Level 9, 182 St Georges Terrace
Perth, Western Australia



+61 408 466 282

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