Waste Plastic to Fuel (WPF) Oil Technology


—The world’s annual consumption of plastic materials has increased from around 5 million tons in the 1950’s to nearly 100 million tons; thus 20 times more plastic is produced today than 50 years ago. This implies that on the one hand, more resources are being used to meet the increased demand of plastic, and on the other hand, more plastic waste is being generated.
—This increase has turned into major challenge for local authorities, responsible for solid waste management and sanitation.  Due to lack of integrated solid waste management,  most of the plastic waste is neither collected properly nor disposed of in appropriate manner to avoid its negative impacts on the environment and public health and waste plastics being valueless are abandoned littering and choking  the sewerage system,  which commonly cause flooding.

On the other hand, plastic waste recycling  and material recovery can provide an opportunity to collect and dispose of plastic waste in the most useful and environmental friendly way as it can be converted into a resource feedstock for fuel-making. In most of the situations, plastic waste recycling could also be economically viable,  as it generates resources which are high in demand.  Plastic waste recycling also has a great potential for livelihood, resource conservation and GHG emission reduction,  with the production of fuel from plastic waste (now rendered valuab). With such technology, we no longer need to prohibit or ban the use of plastic, but instead regulate its disposal to Waste Plastic to Fuel-making plants.



In small scale start-up it's best to operate the plant in Material Recovery Facilities of a barangay with a couple of Plastic Garbage e-Trikes, dedicated to collecting Waste Plastics. A city legislation to segregate waste plastic for its period of collection will help regulate plastic waste disposal and gather enough .feedstock to make fuel oil, even for the city's own use on its public vehicles. Excess production can be sold to nearby —Bunker Oil users such as —Industrial Plants, Heavy Equipments,— Electric Power and Milling Plants...  


—WPF Oil processing, of course will have some by-products and it's good enough to serve as filling materials for Concrete or Asphalt Aggregates and a little more investment for Block-making Machines, such residues can be used to make Light Hollow Blocks, Paving Bricks or Tiles & Wall Sheet materials for construction.


LARGE Enterprise Corporation (LEC) together with June A. Yasol Alternative & Renewable Energy Consultancy (JAYAREC) recognized that Plastic Waste is the major constitute of municipal and industrial waste in cities that requires effective and economic solution.

Therefore,  there is an urgent clean-up need compounded by an increasing cost of oil and electricity,  hence LEC/JAYAREC offers and brings affordable waste plastic to fuel technology with livelihood component solution to fully abate the problem

For Work Programming, contact: June A.Yasol- +63-921-5515513 or fill-up our Contact form for any querries.

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