A plant to turn plastic waste into diesel
Although most current findings tend towards a green future, exempt from any use of fossil energy source, which has just completed Cynar PLC seems to oppose it and gives a new impetus to the fuel.
As a reminder, Cynar PLC is a company that specializes in processing technology. About two months ago, the company teamed with Sita UK, a British group of reputable in terms of recycling. The two signed an agreement that involves the processing of waste plastics into diesel. Michael Murray, the man at the head of Cynar PLC has submitted a processing plant capable of converting a ton of plastic waste in all genres in 750 liters of artificial oil. The key elements of the Technology involve pyrolysis and distillation.
For their project, the two groups plan to build 10 factories in Britain. Each day will transform 20 tons of plastic waste or 6,000 tons per year. If calculations are correct, the 10 plants will produce 40 million liters of diesel per year.
The patent filed by Cynar PLC is currently being recorded. The firm ensures that the fuel and pollutes much less produced than what is available on the market today.
Cynar Plc is actively seeking partners with experience in the waste and fuel industries to work together in rapidly commercialising this unique Technology.