Diesel without Sulfur
Producing diesel from mixed waste plastic is an innovative and sustainable solution. Through a process called pyrolysis, the plastic is heated without oxygen to break it down into liquid hydrocarbons, which can be processed into diesel fuel. This method efficiently manages plastic waste, reduces reliance on fossil fuels, and creates economic opportunities. However, challenges include the varying quality of plastic feedstock and the need to control emissions. Overall, it offers a promising way to address plastic waste and energy demands.
- Mixed waste plastic