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The plastic is washed to remove contaminants that reduce the quality of the end product.
The plastic is than fed through the thermolysis process. Here the separation of the oil, the gas and the carbon take place. The oil, gas and carbon are stored separately.
In this step the oil can be filtered, conditioned and refined for the intended product.
The carbon that is produced as a by-product can be compressed into coal and sold to cement plants or used other industrial needs.
We believe in recycling for the environment, but we also believe in recycling for the financial benefits. Turning waste products initially into oil, gas and then converted into energy and/or new plastic products creates a 360 loop, keeping the revenue in the country where it is processed.
One of the advantages of the system is the plastics used in the process are generally considered to be low-grade plastics. These plastics, like PP/PE/ HDPE/LDPE/ABS, are usually not part of the existing recycling processes, which is mostly made for high value plastics such as PET or PC.
We are currently in the process of building the first 50T/day plant in Belgium. It is advantageous to work with a continuous system because there are less energy losses. With a batch system (transportable versions), a lot of energy is lost during startup and cooling.
Oil can produce 18Mw/day or 0.7Mw/h
Oil can produce 9Mw/day or 0.3Mw/h
Oil can produce 90Mw/day or 3.75Mw/h
Oil can produce 175Mw/day or 7 Mw/h