Low Emissions Fuels from
Our fuels are made from plastic waste rather than crude oil, using a low-carbon process. Pretty much any type of plastic waste can be used, including that currently deemed 'un-recyclable', such as municipal mixed plastics, polystyrene, and ocean plastic. The plastic does not have to be cleaned or sorted.
Various types of fuel can be produced. Our diesel can be used in existing diesel engines, and typically has 15% higher combustion efficiency than standard diesel and lower emissions.
Our optimised pyrolysis process converts plastic waste into fuels with world-leading efficiency. When dealing with un-recyclable mixed plastic, varying ratios of different plastic types between batches does not affect the quality of fuel produced. By-products of the process are syngas, which is used for electricity to power the process, and carbon black, which can be used for various industrial purposes such as in tires or printer ink.
Converting Plastic Waste into Premium Fuels
The flowchart below shows the process by which we convert plastic waste into premium diesel fuel. However, all types of fuel can be produced - including kerosene, aviation and even rocket fuel!
Our process can take any type of plastic waste, without the need for cleaning or sorting. This includes municipal mixed plastics, ocean plastics, silage wrap and tires.
Pyrolysis is a chemical process that heats material in the absence of oxygen. Our process is one of the most efficient in the world, with a number of operational benefits including modular design.
The premium fuel that is produced through this process is high performance and low emissions, and is ready to go straight into existing diesel engines without the need for further refining.
E.G. THE CONVERSION OF PLASTIC WASTE INTO PREMIUM DIESEL FUEL
No more expensive at scale than fuels made from crude oil
Can be blended with ordinary diesel fuel at any ratio
Has approximately 15% higher combustion efficiency than standard fuels
Inconsistent plastic inputs will not affect quality of fuel produced
Continuous production, with residues removed without needing to cool down the equipment
Low emissions process compared to conventional waste to energy processes
Can be used in existing diesel engines (automotive, trucks, buses, boats, off-grid power)
We have over 6 years of testing data of our fuel in diesel engines
Has an ultra-low sulfur content (less than 10ppm), meeting the highest international standards
No sorting of plastic waste required prior to processing
The technology is modular, making maintenance manageable
Closed loop process reuses the syngas by-product for energy, offsetting production costs
Meets (and exceeds) Australian Diesel Fuel Quality Standards
Can be stored for at least two years
Has approximately 15% higher heat value (and thus higher energy content) than standard fuels
No cleaning of plastic waste required prior to processing
The entire process occurs at low pressure and relatively low temperature, minimising any potential risk to workers
Water is recycled and reused
Our Diesel Fuel:
WHO WE WORK WITH
INDUSTRY WITH PLASTIC WASTE
Do you produce plastic waste at an industrial scale?
Contact us to learn about how to extract value from this waste, and avoid costs associated with storing or disposing. If you also require diesel fuel for your operations, even better!
Are you a Municipal Government with a mixed plastics waste problem?
Contact us to learn about how you can convert this waste (particularly 'un-recyclable' mixed plastic waste) into fuels, that can power your vehicles - even garbage collection trucks!
Are you a plastic producer looking for 'end of life' options for your products?
Contact us to learn about how we can help you earn revenue from these, and maintain your regulatory and social licence to operate.
Are you a liquid fuel company, or a consumer of fuels, looking for more sustainable options?
Contact us to learn about how you can procure 'Renewable Fuel' (as defined by ARENA) from local plastic waste rather than importing fuel from international markets.