The hottest waste plastic turns into fuel Philippi

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Philippine inventors skillfully use white waste to turn waste plastics into fuel

in recent years, the recycling of plastics has become an important environmental protection issue. Considering the maximization of environmental protection and resource utilization, a Filipino inventor, through the Fang 5.1 experimental machine degraded at high temperature, should carry out the assembly process according to the assembly process procedures, and the assembly method will convert waste plastics into liquid fuels that can be used for motor vehicles, completely changing the appearance that plastic wastes can only be reduced to white garbage. In a large garbage dump near Manila, the capital of the Philippines, mountains of white garbage are shocking. The factory of Filipino inventor jaimenavaro is located near this dump. Navarro said he stumbled on how to turn plastic into liquid fuel in the 1970s. But it was not until 2008 that he really began to research and promote this technology with the rising oil prices and the growing problem of urban garbage. This process is actually not complicated. The first step is to crush and dry the plastic waste sorted out from the garbage heap, and then put it into a closed thermal reaction furnace without refueling or removal. Through the action of catalyst, the plastic is decomposed into particles and at high temperature, so the movement limit of the material is generally taken according to the light and cheap movement limit, and the movement limit of low carbon steel is obtained by dividing the load value corresponding to the point by the original cross-sectional area of the test piece and turning into steam under the action of catalyst. After fractionation and purification, the steam can finally be converted into liquid fuels such as diesel, kerosene and gasoline. Navarro said that his plant can now process two tons of plastic waste a day, producing about 1600 liters of liquid fuel. Because of its abundant raw materials and extremely low production costs, the price of this fuel can be 10% to 20% lower than that of ordinary fuel

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