Why waste? Convert Waste to Energy
We have tied up with Eco Creation, Korea to introduce their machines which convert waste plastic to oil. Eco Creation is the lead in developing new concept technologies to create high-value renewable energy from low valued wastes against the depletion of fossil fuels.
What is converting waste plastics into oil ?
Turning waste plastics into oil is the reverse process making oil in petro-chemical industry.Waste plastics is indirectly heated in low temperature of about 350℃ - 450℃ in the conditionof no air or scarce air. The waste plastics such as PP,PE and PS ,their molecular, a long chain, is first broken into shorter chain molecular, then broken into small molecules.
Unlike other similar machines in the market, our Homogenizer skips the costly manual sorting and cleaning of waste plastics. Just feed the waste plastics direct from source (no separation, shredding or cleaning required), you will produce oil to direct use on diesel engine, generator fuel and boilers.
Turning waste plastics into oil is the reverse process of making oil in petro-chemical industry.Waste plastics is indirectly heated in low temperature of about 350℃ - 450℃ in the conditionof no air or scarce air. The waste plastics such as PP,PE and PS ,their molecular, a long chain, is first broken into shorter chain molecular, then broken into small molecules.
The final product is mixed oil that consists of gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene. The machine and the process of making oil are totally based on environment-friendly concept.
Plastic is the fastest-growing component of the waste stream, and plastic pollution like Styrofoam and single-use bags are among the most commonly found items during beach and coastal cleanups. Because plastic essentially never biodegrades, once littered plastic becomes a permanent environmental problem even it is been send to Incineration Plant for burning.
|Resin Code||Name||Uses and Recyclability|
|Polyethylene Terephthalate||Most commonly found in beverage bottles, which are widely recyclable and accepted in recycling programs|
|High Density Polyethylene||Some beverage containers, such as milk jugs, which are widely recyclable and accepted in recycling programs.|
|Vinyl/Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC)||Used in some food packaging and in personal care products. PVC can be toxic.|
|Low Density Polyethylene||Used as clear wrap in food packaging and in garbage bags, which are widely recyclable and accepted in recycling programs.|
|Polypropylene||Used in some rigid plastic food containers such as ketchup bottles and in medicine bottles. Not accepted in most recycling programs.|
|Polystyrene||Foamed form used in takeout food packaging and is not accepted in most programs as it is uneconomical to recycle. Its solid form, used to make hard casings such as CD, jewel cases.|
|Other/Composite/PLA||Other plastics, including composites, which are not accepted in most recycling programs.|
|Process||Pyrolysis operated by recycled fuel produced from waste plastics|
|Operation Type||Batch Type|
|Input Material||PP, PE, PS + PVC, ABS (less than 10% of total volume)|
|Yield||approximately 70 ~ 80% (It depends on the kinds of the waste plastics and operation skill)|
|Electric Capacity||Three-Phases(220V or 380V)|
|Produced Oil||Recycled oil (Mixed oil consisting of Gasoline, Kerosene Diesel and Heavy Oil )|
|Operation Fuel||Recycled oil and gas can be supplied back to fuel the machine’s operation|
|Safety||No risk of gas explosion due to the usage of Nitrogen|