We’re going big in Georgia.

Once complete, the new 5.3 million square-foot plant, which will utilize a state-of-the-art and proprietary plastics renewal process will sustainably recycle all plastic waste (types 1-7) that has reached the end of its useful life. Our closed loop solution converts the plastic waste directly into useful products, including renewable fuels and wax, and is also capable of creating the building blocks for new plastics, enabling a circular economy in the plastics industry.

The Macon facility will have the ability to divert 400,000 tons of plastic waste each year from landfills and incinerators and convert it into 64 million gallons of ultra-low sulfur diesel fuel and naphtha blend stocks, and 20 million gallons of wax.

Local Impacts

Job Creation:
100+ positions will be created in Macon when the facility is fully operational.

Economic Investment:
Phase one of the plant’s construction will represent a $680M capital investment in Central Georgia.

“Georgia’s pro-business environment and support for private-sector innovation continues to pave the way toward a more sustainable future, not only in Georgia but across the world. It’s exciting to consider the potential for this project, and I’m thankful to Brightmark for investing in Georgia and the hardworking Georgians of Macon.”

– Governor Brian Kemp

Join the Brightmark Team

We will be hiring for 100+ positions in engineering, maintenance and operations. Individuals interested in careers with Brightmark are encouraged to visit our careers page for current openings. 


Got Plastic?

Contact us to learn more about how we can partner to recycle your plastic.