COMPANY PROFILE

Plastics belong among the most massively used materials in all spheres of human life. However, the overwhelming use of plastics has a significantly negative effect on the environment. The amassing of plastics does not take place only at landfills for municipal waste, but the practical, yet dangerous material often finds its way to waterways and reservoirs. In oceans, the plastic waste accumulates in such amount that it forms entire islands, where it is later consumed by plankton, and consequently enters the food chains of marine organisms.

Plastics belong among the most massively used materials in all spheres of human life. However, the overwhelming use of plastics has a significantly negative effect on the environment. The amassing of plastics does not take place only at landfills for municipal waste, but the practical, yet dangerous material often finds its way to waterways and reservoirs. In oceans, the plastic waste accumulates in such amount that it forms entire islands, where it is later consumed by plankton, and consequently enters the food chains of marine organisms.

The unique technology for processing plastic waste developed by our employees in cooperation with an international executive team is based on the principle of catalytic depolymerization, which allows us to fulfil our goals in both environmentally and economically sustainable manner.

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MANAGMENT TEAM

Ing.Ján Badžgoň, PhD.

as Chairman of the Board of Directors and the Director General of the company, Ján is in charge of the strategic direction of the company and its business activities. He studied at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and has a long experience in the sphere of international business.

Ing. Jarmila Grujbárová

as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, Jarmila is responsible for economic and business strategy, as well as HR planning. She graduated from the University of Economics in Bratislava and has a profound experience with managing projects, their finances and human resources.

Ing. Ľubomír Švantner

as a member of the Board of the Supervisors and the director of the Centre for plastic waste recovery, Ľubomír is in charge of technical and production strategies including research and development. He studied at the Faculty of Chemical and Food Technology at the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava and has a years-long experience in technical management of chemical production, as well as with development projects.