Innovation for circular economy plastics

Pi Polymer was set up to deliver systems-focused solutions for plastic waste management.


The company’s planned operations (its LRPRF), located at the Binn Eco Park in Perthshire Scotland, will begin operations shortly.


Pi Polymer’s management team brings extensive sector experience with an ability to build and sustain stakeholder value .

Strategy and Operations

Our strategy is to develop innovative, system-focused solutions for the management of plastic waste, which we will seek to deliver across three initiatives.

Connected Plastics Recycling Innovation

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Pi Polymer Recycling Limited,
Binn Eco Park, Binn Farm,
Glenfarg, PH2 9PX
Company number: SC563592
VAT number: 292961661

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Large Rigid Plastics

Recycling Facility (LRPRF)

We combine technologies which allow the sophisticated separation of large rigid mixed plastics within a fully integrated processing system.

Pi’s LRPRF represents the first of its kind in Scotland. 

In support, Pi has already secured £0.6m in government grant funding for the development of circular economy solutions. Pi’s LRPRF operations are expected to commence shortly…

Advanced Plastic Sorting and

Upcycling Facility (APSUF)

Beyond concept but still at design stage, Pi’s APSUF initiative builds on the technologies and systems intrinsic to its LRPRF.

Through partnerships and technology development, Pi’s APSUF will enable a ‘one-bin-for-all-plastics’.
In support, Pi has already secured £5.2m in grant funding as a part of the Tay Cities Deal

Marine Plastics Initiatives (SeaPlas)

This initiative is being developed at the invitation of, and in partnership with, the Co-Op Group as a part of the Co-Op’s ‘Future of Food’ strategy.

The initiative is a multi-stakeholder project which aims to establish a value chain for collected Abandoned, Lost, or Discarded Fishing Gear (‘ALDFG’) and coastal collected materials within Scotland. These in turn can be handled and recycled by Pi within its LRPRF and APSUF facilities.