We founded ACP with a clear belief to do things differently in South East ASIA when it comes to plastics. We see a wonderful opportunity for the 6-8 milllion metric tons of used mismanaged plastic waste that is being generated every year, most of which is being landfilled, litter, burned, classic recycling or ending as plastic soup in our seas. We want to reduce this pile of waste by reusing it as an alternative to the expensive fossil based feedstock. By doing so, ACP strongly contributes to the circular economy and improves the environmental footprint by saving energy and reducing CO2 emissions. It also responds to the needs of consumers and brand owners who increasingly call for sustainable products.
We will create a complete new value chain in the field of sustainable polymers. We can design and build the largest single integrated plant using leading technology in sorting and compounding. Its innovation will be market driven with focus on product development and related technology improvements.
ACP was founded in oktober 2015 by mr. Arthur Bergmans and mr. Thei Kleuters .
ACP is the exclusive License holder of the QCP technology for South East Asia.
The office of the company is established in Maastricht the Netherlands.
- Left Mr. Thei KleutersRight Mr. Arthur Bergmans
End of Life?
Plastics are found in virtually everything we use these days. Our food and hygiene products are packed in it. Our car, phone and computer are made of it, so are many more applications. Plastics have a positive effect on the environment since they are light weighted and therefore save energy in transport. When used as insulation they also save energy. They reduce the spilling of food by advanced packaging solutions that extend the shelf life.
However, when plastics come to their end of life, they often have a negative impact on our environment. They end up in landfills, beaches, rivers and oceans.
Consumers are increasingly aware of the environmental impacts from plastic waste and ask for sustainable solutions. Brand owners react to this trend and are looking for partners to co-develop circular products. The Governements shut acts by tightening legislation through banning landfill and reducing incineration. This will free up large quantities of used plastics.
hese used plastics offer a sustainable route for producing new ‘circular’ plastics in terms of resource efficiency, greenhouse gas reduction and waste.
While most plastics are touted as recyclable, the reality is that they’re down-cycled and used in low end applications. ACP licencing technology produce plastics that can be used in high-end applications by using the latest proven technologies and driving in-house innovations in the field of recipe development, extrusion and purification technology.
By using mechanically recycled polyolefins, the resource depletion reduces with a factor 20 compared to fossil based polyolefins. The impact of recycled polyolefins on global warming is only 10% compared to fossil based polyolefins. Mechanical recycling of polyolefins reduces acidification and eutrophication with more than a factor 10 compared to fossil based polyolefins.
Planet and Profit go hand in hand. Europe does not have access to advantaged fossil or bio feedstock, and has an advanced waste collection structure in most countries. In addition, circular polymers are the only route to solve the waste issue.
- Export/Sales licencing Multi Sustainable up-cycle plastic waste technologys South East ASIA
- Research and plandevelopment multi sustainable up-cycling waste plastic solutions
- EPC Engineering/procurement/construction presorting-, en recyclingplants in South East ASIA.
ACP Asia Circulair Polymers Corporation U.A.
MAASTRICHT The Netherlands / JAKARTA Indonesia
email@example.com mr. Arthur Bergmans managing director / 0031- 629202443
firstname.lastname@example.org mr. Thei Kleuters managing director / 0031-627077405
Chambre of Commerce number: 64274667
RSIN/ FI number: 855594561
VATnumber: NL855594561 B01
IBAN: NL37RABO 0307 0453 23
" Circular Plastic Valley" Surabaya East Java.Study to proceed the Project.
" Circular Plastic Valley" IndonesiaApril 2017 ACP visit Jakarta Indonesia to proceed te project " Circular plastic Valley" Surabaya East Java Indonesia.
Multi sustainable up-cycle polymer solutions for IndonesiaAsia Cicular Polymer Corp. u.a reseach and develops a multi sustainable up-cycle polymer solutions for Indonesia 1- presorting waste plastic technology. 2-Up- cycling waste plastic > PP/HDPE untill near virgin quality. 3- Waste platic to fuel solutions. 4- Biomass technology RDF+ chips palmoil.
Visit Indonesia April 2017 Jakarta and Central Java
Trade mission Indonesia November 2016Ministery of infrastructure and the enviroment has ACP invited to go on a trade mission to Indonesia with prime minister Rutte and the ministers Schulz van infrastructure and enviroment and Ploumen of foreign affaris.
ACP management are visiting IndonesiaACP management are visiting Indonesia ( Java- Jakarta and Kalimantan Potianak) for further cooperation and to set up a joint venture with parties.
ACP management meets Governor of South Sumatra INDONESIA H. ALEX NOERDINAmsterdam
ACP management meets Governor of KALIMANTAN BARAT INDONESIADrs. CORNELIS, MH in Amsterdam from 2 until 18 june.
Visit institute ClingendaelVisit from institute Clingendael with 20 Indonesian junior Diplomats. Visit QCP plant and discussion about waste management and up cycling from plastic waste in Indonesia.
Website onlineOur new website did go live today!
ACP invited to meet the minister of trade Indonesia mr.Lembong.Amsterdam
ACP invited to business forum Kurhaus Scheveningen Nederland-Indonesia with president Joko Widodo.
ACP meets Andre Kuipers> astronaut and world ambassador WNFRoermond
ACP visit presorting plant sita Rotterdam with ambassy Indonesia.Weert
ACP presentation upcycle waste plastic to Institute ClingendaelDen Haag
ACP meets Daan Roosegaarde
MENSEen tweede leven voor kunststoffen
NetwerkMeer waarde halen uitkunststofrecycling
NRK RecyclingBranchedocument Kunststofrecycling
Ellen MacArthur FoundationThe new plastics economy - Rethinking the future of plastics
NRK & RVO NederlandKunststoffen in de Circulaire economie
Reportage van Andre Kuipers in IndonesiaLink to movie