E-PlastR is a startup that focuses on the process of extracting and repurposing polymers from e-plastics. E-plastics are a specific type of plastic waste found in electronic devices, which are known to be particularly harmful to the environment. These materials are challenging to recycle and commonly end up in landfills, where they have the potential to release toxic chemicals and pollutants.

Their mission is to provide environmentally sustainable solutions for the treatment of e-plastic waste. They employ a process known as polymer extraction, which involves separating the polymers from the e-plastics and transforming them into safe, sustainable, scalable and commercially viable products. This not only helps to reduce the amount of e-plastic waste going to landfills but also promotes sustainability by repurposing materials that have already been produced.

Their technology is a step towards a circular economy and addresses the growing problem of e-waste in a responsible and sustainable way.

  • EPlastR is an alumnus of the DAWERR Activity funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

Team Members

Gaby Kassab / Co-founder

Joseph Zeaiter / Co-founder

Walid Saad / Co-founder

Celine Massoud / Co-founder