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Plastics-to-Fuel: Creating Energy from Non-Recycled Plastics

Companies are transforming used, non-recycled plastics into oil, fuels, and petroleum-based products. These plastics-to-fuel technologies, which complement ongoing recycling efforts, are a way to recover clean energy from plastics that cannot be economically recycled, the American Chemistry Council says.

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3 thoughts on “Plastics-to-Fuel: Creating Energy from Non-Recycled Plastics

  1. Nothing more than a not-too-thinly-veiled PR attempts by the plastic industry! The heat that has to be generated to convert plastics into fuel is so expensive that it pretty much negates any value derived from the fuel that he produces.

  2. Dear Sirs, I am with this project. I am also working on it for more than 8 years and the results are good. I present my process in Sweden and Switzerland, with positive acceptance.
    In my process the key are the catalysts who make the difference. Best regards

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