The future of plastics recycling

November 17, 2017

The environmental consequences of plastic solid waste are visible in the ever-increasing levels of global plastic pollution both on land and in the oceans.

Current technologies that move beyond mechanical recycling include pyrolysis (thermolysis) to selectively produce gases, fuels, or waxes through the use of catalysts; this is referred to as chemical recycling.

This Mechanical Engineer From Hyderabad Is Turning Waste Plastic Into Fuel In Just Three Steps

August 21, 2017

“It’s a simple process which requires no water and doesn’t release waste water. Neither does it pollute the air as the process happens in a vacuum,” Mr Kumar added.

Q&A: Plastics-to-fuel exec on China ban and sector’s potential

August 09, 2017

RES Polyflow’s Michael Dungan says fluctuating oil prices and developments in Asia will continue to affect pyrolysis companies, but he thinks a bigger issue may be a regulatory landscape that he believes is dated and detrimental to technology adoption.

Study quantifies benefits of pyrolysis technologies

May 24, 2017

Converting used plastics into ultra-low-sulfur diesel fuel yields notable environmental benefits over traditional oil drilling and refining processes, according to a U.S. lab. Argonne National Laboratory recently conducted a study of the energy, water consumption and greenhouse gas benefits of pyrolysis technologies, used to convert post-consumer plastics into fuels.

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