Plastic to Fuel - Waste Plastic Pyrolysis Plant
Much of our waste as consumers are plastics that can not be easily recycled and sent to the landfill. The pyrolysis of plastic is a process that does not use oxygen to combust plastic materials. Plastic is turned into a gas that is cooled and used to make various products, including fuel. In this video short by Beston Machinery, the plastic to fuel concept is explained, alongside the benefits that accompany the process of plastic pyrolysis. What are the possibilities? What do states need to do in order to accept such a process? What are the current challenges?
Answer these questions and learn how plastics can become fuel by watching the 3:07 minute video below