Plastic to Fuel Conversion
Plastic pollution often results from poor or nonexistent recycling options or the lack of motivation to bother trying. Most plastics are recycled when it is profitable to do so, and the price varies with the petroleum market.
We first learned about plastic to fuel conversion in 2009 and began our education process about the technology and the options available. P2F creates far greater value for recycling than the current market.
We discovered that most conversion processes are similar, building sized facilities converting tons per day and that served a small market of corporate clients.
We were hoping for something small enough to reach smaller communities, and soon we found it.
We have set up a relationship with our local College and University to examine the fuel this process creates and wish to share this with our community and local industry in order to insure that this process is safe and clean.
We would like help purchasing a small scale P2F converter to run our tests with school, community and agriculture industry to introduce a profitable recycling option that is compact enough to set up in remote or isolated areas. The profitable aspect of this technology will introduce a motivation to better manage plastic waste, in turn keeping it from our ocean environment.
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It sounds like a good idea. When I first learned of the great Pacific Trash Heap, I envisioned something like this that could extract the plastics like the old Kelco Kelp harvesters and convert it to Trex type material or energy. Are you making the information "Open Source" like Tesla?