Brightmark Receives ISCC PLUS Certification | New

ASHLEY, Ind .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – December 9, 2021–

Brightmark, LLC, the global provider of waste management solutions, today announced that its plastics renewal plant in Ashley, Indiana, has been awarded ISCC PLUS (International Sustainability and Carbon Certification). Certification is provided by SCS Global Services, a pioneer and leader in sustainability standards and third party certification, working across the economy in the sectors of natural resources, the built environment, food and agriculture, consumer products and the climate.

ISCC PLUS certifications are conducted by independent third party certification bodies cooperating with ISCC. Competent and trained auditors, assessing compliance with the ISCC sustainability standard, conduct the audits. ISCC certification guarantees that biomass is not produced on land with high biodiversity and high carbon stock, good agricultural practices protecting the soil, water and air are applied, human rights, labor and land rights are respected, sustainable materials are traceable throughout international supply chains and greenhouse gas reduction targets are met.

“Brightmark is proud to receive ISCC PLUS certification for its flagship plastic renewal plant in Ashley, Indiana,” said Bob Powell, Founder and CEO of Brightmark. “SCS Global Services has worked hard for decades to recognize companies that strive to advance sustainability, and this certification serves as further proof of Brightmark’s commitment to reinventing waste while ensuring environmental responsibility in all our operations. “

SCS Global Services has implemented programs and services designed to recognize the outstanding achievements of companies, institutions and organizations that achieve the highest levels of performance in environmental protection, social / ethical responsibility, safety and product quality, and drive continuous improvement on the path to sustainability. In this business, they use a lifecycle framework, cutting-edge science, proven analytical methods, performance metrics, and professional expertise.

When fully operational, the Ashley Plastics Renewal Facility in Brightmark, currently in pilot phase, will divert 100,000 tonnes of plastic waste from landfills and incinerators each year and convert it into 18 million gallons of diesel fuel at very low cost. low sulfur and naphtha mixture and 6 million gallons of wax – that’s more plastic than the weight of 5,400 semi-trailers or seven Brooklyn Bridges. Through a revolutionary proprietary process, Brightmark has the unique ability to recycle all types of plastic (1-7) – including hard-to-recycle 3-7 types of plastic that cannot be easily recycled, such as cling film, Styrofoam, flexible packaging, car parts, toothbrushes and children’s toys – straight into useful materials. The Ashley facility is expected to reach full operational status in 2022. Brightmark uses technology from its subsidiary Res Polyflow, LLC in the plastics conversion process.

About Brightmark

Brightmark is a global waste management solutions company with a mission to reinvent waste. The company takes a holistic, closed-loop and circular economy approach to tackling the planet’s most pressing environmental challenges with imagination and optimism for the future. Through the deployment of revolutionary and revolutionary waste-to-energy solutions focused on the renewal of plastics (plastic waste-fuel) and renewable natural gas (organic waste-fuel), Brightmark enables programs specifically tailored to environmental needs in order to build Scalable project solutions that positively impact the world and the communities in which its stakeholders live and work. Brightmark’s flagship plant, Ashley, Indiana Plastics Renewal Facility, is ISCC PLUS certified, ensuring compliance with high standards for ecological and social sustainability, greenhouse gas emissions savings and traceability throughout of the supply chain. For more information visit

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