Transforming Waste Management To An Endless Loop Of Circularity


Driven by purpose, we envision a world in which waste is treated as a valuable resource that can be converted to feedstock for virgin materials. We envision a world in which landfilling and incineration have been replaced with waste conversion processes that support circular economy sustainability. We envision a world where molecules derived from nature’s precious resources can be used and reused in an endless loop of circularity.

We follow science based solutions such as Regenerative Robust Gasification that offers opportunities to solve intractable recycling challenges posed by modern multi-layered, multi material products and packaging. The Consortium for Waste Circularity (CWC) is a 501C3 non-profit that supports the pursuit of robust and flexible waste conversion solutions through education, research and outreach. CWC seeks to align the Packaging Industry to pledge use of this eco-methanol™ as recycled content that will become plentiful.

The Consortium for Waste Circularity

Technology-Regenerative Gasification

Regenerative Gasification is a process that achieves higher temperatures than gasification, in excess of 2,000 °C. At such temperatures, organic chemical bonds are broken, and inorganic materials are melted down. Carbon rich organics are primarily converted into synthesis gas (“syngas”), comprised mostly of carbon monoxide and hydrogen. Metals and inorganic oxides (i.e. glass/metals) are melted down and recovered as ingots and glassy materials.  All products become feedstocks for subsequent value-added commercial applications.

Syngas is a highly versatile chemical feedstock. There is nothing that can be made from fossil fuels that can’t be made from syngas. Ideally, syngas will be converted into feedstock chemicals such as methanol, ethanol, dimethyl ether, acetic acid, etc. to be used for subsequent synthesis by the chemical industry.

Plastics produced from syngas are “virgin plastics” with the same quality and properties of plastics produced from fossil fuels. Waste-syngas-methanol-products/plastics offers a true pathway to the circular economy sustainability.

The Challenge

Our waste crisis is continuing to grow, and today’s technologies alone are not sufficiently robust to capture most materials found in waste. Corrugate/paper is the most recycled material and according to the EPA, 32% is sent to landfill. Plastic is the least recycled material with 91% going to landfill. Landfills serving large cities are quickly reaching capacity, releasing greenhouse gasses to the atmosphere and risking polluting soil and ground water from leachate.

We can solve our waste problem through effective public policies, research, development and industry collaboration that allows us to realize the full potential of Regenerative Gasification recycling technology.


The mission of the Consortium is to transform the recycling infrastructure through the advancement of economically sustainable waste to syngas technologies.

The Consortium will accomplish its mission through:

  • Support education of municipality leadership through land grant University outreach programs
  • Advocating for robust conversion of waste to eco-methanol™
  • Educating for public policies that drive demand for post consumer resin content
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to further advanced recycling projects
  • Educational opportunities on the benefits of Regenerative Gasification for all supply chain stakeholders
  • Funding R&D for robust conversion of waste to value-added products that create circularity

Founding Members

This disruptive transformation of infrastructure requires the collaboration from Brands, Producers, Plastics industry, Packaging Printers, Supply Chain partners to take responsibility and ban together to solve this daunting problem. Together we can make a difference.  

Industry leaders who came together to start the Consortium For Waste Circularity and drive this change include:

Our members are committed to share their expertise, fund and demonstrate projects and programs that will recover and create value from all waste.


Board Members

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Mike Ferrari

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Rich St Coeur

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Evan Frisch

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Felipe Sixto


Support CWC through advice on communications, network
connections & awareness of public policy

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Ted S. Yoho, DVM
Former Member of Congress

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