The E2O Core Process

Citroniq’s E2O process produces carbon-negative plastics and olefins intermediates from 100% sustainable feedstocks, eliminating the use of conventional fossil fuel hydrocarbons.

Full Commercial Scale

Meeting Market Demand

World-scale capacities to meet consumer demand for sustainable, environmentally friendly products while keeping operating costs competitive

Citroniq’s large-scale production facilities enable compounders and molders to run dedicated product lines without campaigning their operations.
Polypropylene buyers can roll out sustainable products for nationwide use and for high-volume applications, resulting in a measurable impact to their ESG goals

Green Polypropylene Production Capacities

A New Standard

Zero Hydrocarbons

Citroniq’s sustainable biogenic feedstock eliminates the use of fossil fuel hydrocarbons setting a new standard for green plastics

Sustainable Biogenic Feedstock

Green products made from corn-based ethanol

Corn absorbs 36,000 pounds of CO2 per acre through photosynthesis during the growing season


Green Polypropylene permanently sequesters carbon from the corn-to-ethanol process as a useful solid pellet


Citroniq’s process transitions an existing bio-feedstock, ethanol, from fuel use to a recyclable plastic

Locally sourced corn and ethanol are available near Citroniq’s Nebraska plant site
Citroniq’s plant is a net producer of water, returning a valuable resource to the agricultural community

Powered by Renewable Energy

Dedicated Sustainable Processes
Citroniq’s exclusive green manufacturing process does not comingle green and conventional production
Energy will be supplied through a combination of wind power, solar power, and renewable natural gas
Since the Green Polypropylene can be directly tested to prove it’s biogenic carbon source, Citroniq plans to certify it’s product with all major ESG certification bodies: ISCC Plus, USDA BioPreferred Program, Certified B Corporation, etc.
Citroniq’s plant will provide a large, steady power demand in Nebraska, where surplus renewable energy is currently exported out of the state

The Next Generation of Plastic

Carbon Negative Green Polypropylene

Citroniq’s green polypropylene is produced from a sustainable feedstock that eliminates hydrocarbon use and achieves a net-zero carbon balance