CONVERTING MUNICIPAL SOLID-WASTE TO DIESEL FUEL

Microwave Depolymerization

The process uses a special, low temperature catalyst to break-down long carbon molecules into short ones -- or oil. Our self-contained, Microwave Depolymerization plant runs on about one-tenth of the fuel it makes, with no waste or pollution. We just need your garbage!

Materials that can be converted to diesel fuel through this process include municipal solid waste, sewage sludge, PVCs, plastics, rubber (tires), wood, food, animal waste, or other organic, agricultural waste.

BIOCHAR

After the microwave polymerization process is completed the remaining material is called biochar. this biochar can be used as a soil amendment which increases crop production. Also, is a carbon sequestration which captures carbon and reintroduces it to the soil ultimately reducing the carbon footprint.

View this process here.

For more information please call 516-354-6583 or Email Info@MadeInAmericaFuel.com

 
 

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