Geauga Growth Partnership and Kent State University will take the Audience Into the Future at the October G.E.L. Breakfast on October 5

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Cut scene: final clip of Back to the Future I. Doc Brown peels into the drive in the DeLorian to pick up Marty McFly. He opens the hood and dumps banana peels and beer cans into the “Mr. Fusion Home Energy Reactor” to fuel up for their trip to the future. That’s a fantasy of Hollywood! Or is it?

Not to RES Polyflow, who designs and manufactures energy recovery systems that convert mixed polymer waste to fuels and petrochemicals. The RES Polyflow process is robust and is designed to handle the types and percentages of polymers present in the modern waste stream as reported by the EPA. They specialize in recycling the hard to handle categories of plastic waste and converting them to fuel.

KSU Geauga and GGP invite the business community and the general public to learn how the future is here now:

Michael Dungan, Director of Sales & Marketing for RES Polyflow LLC

GEL: A Peek Into The Circular Economy: How Waste Plastic Can Create New Value For Our Communities. Presented by Michael Dungan, Director of Sales & Marketing for RES Polyflow LLC, Chagrin Falls OH

  • Friday, October 5th
  • 7:30 a.m. – Networking & light breakfast
  • 8:00 a.m. – Program
  • Event location: Kent State University, Geauga, 14111 Claridon Troy Road, Burton, OH 44021
  • Please register for this free event at https://oct-5-gel-res-polyflow.eventbrite.com

The responsible management of end of life plastic continues to be one of the grand challenges for consumers and manufacturers worldwide. Our waterways and oceans continue to find themselves as a final resting place for much of the packaging and plastic film generated by the world’s economy. At the same time, precious landfill space is allocated to bury these energy rich materials where they lie dormant for thousands of years untapped.

One Geauga County company is set to change the current waste paradigm by commercializing a technology that will not only revolutionize plastic recycling in the U.S. and abroad but will begin the process of adopting a circular economy within the petrochemical industry where a post-use item such as a plastic shopping bag can be efficiently repurposed as an input for a new polymer product or a high demand transportation fuel.

Learn more about the RES Polyflow story and how plastic waste is being redefined as a viable building block for our economy. There will also be a live walk-through after the session of the company’s proprietary process that is housed in a mobile system to convert any type of post-use plastic into high demand hydrocarbon liquid. RES Polyflow

Geauga Economic Leadership (G.E.L.) Breakfasts are co-sponsored by Geauga Growth Partnership and Kent State University at Geauga. They are held the first Friday of each month. The breakfast is a dynamic opportunity to bring business and industry leaders together with our community to network, learn, and collaborate.

Kent State University at Geauga and Regional Academic Center is committed to providing a superior education for a diverse student population in a creative learning environment preparing students to participate fully in society. Kent State University at Geauga and Regional Academic Center serves as the educational, business, and cultural center of our community.

Geauga Growth Partnership is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization created in 2010, which works to advance the Geauga business community, retain and grow jobs, contribute to business growth and strengthen the local economy. Geauga Growth Partnership’s mission is to enhance the business climate, encourage job creation, to strengthen economic prosperity and to improve the quality of life for all Geauga County residents. For more information visit Geauga Growth Partnership, contact [email protected] or call 440-564-1060.

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