Circular economy videos

On this page, you find a selection of videos about how our company contributes to a circular economy for styrenics. These include our vision and commitment to enable a circular economy, inside views of our recycling processes as well as partner voices.


Styrenics has made our lives safer and easier through its use in creating high-quality packaging, medical applications, automotive components, household and electronics devices as well as construction materials. Watch this video to find out how this material has proven to be the best choice in building a safer, healthier, sustainable, and more productive world.

Innovative performance, powered by nature. This is what INEOS Styrolution is offering with its new range of sustainable products made using renewable feedstock.

Kevin McQuade, CEO INEOS Styrolution, presents the company’s vision and efforts to contribute to a circular economy for styrenics.

INEOS has pledged its full support to help create a circular economy for plastics by launching a global pledge with five targets, to be met by 2025.

Kevin McQuade, CEO INEOS Styrolution, comments on today’s societal challenges, the INEOS pledge on plastics and INEOS Styrolution’s commitment to meet the agreed goals – as part of the plastics industry, as a member of the INEOS Group, and as a company.

Follow the coffee machine and find out how electronics waste can be recycled and given a new life.

Norbert Niessner, Director Global R&D and Intellectual Property, INEOS Styrolution, reveals the company’s breakthrough in chemical recycling by successfully recreating “new” polystyrene by recycling post-consumer polystyrene waste at lab-scale. (taken from INEOS IN.TV 13)

Follow the polystyrene yoghurt cup and find out it gets recycled and “reincarnated” by the process of depolymerisation.

K 2019 in Düsseldorf: INEOS Strolution introduces its new Styrolution ECO solutions for a circular economy of styrenics.

Johannes Musseleck, Director Global Strategy and Regulatory Affairs, presenting at VDMA event at K 2019 in Düsseldorf: "Styrenics. Made for recycling."

The ResolVe project is a research project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), and is executed jointly by INEOS Styrolution and Neue Materialien Bayreuth as well as with two institutes of the University of Aachen, with contributions from INEOS Manufacturing Deutschland GmbH in Cologne.

Styrenics Circular Solutions (SCS) Value Chain event "True circularity. Food Contact. Powered by styrenics." advances in the closed loop recycling of polystyrene. Replay of the session (November 26, 2020).