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For the first time converting plastic waste into oil in industrial shape possible 18 million tonnes of plastics each year in Germany produced. A gigantic mountain, would gather to even him. While nothing goes without plastics processing in Germany. Plastic\”is easy to handle, can be individually used and usually cheaper than natural\” raw materials. However, the flip side of the coin is the disposal. Although the Germans like hardly another European country away plastic waste, paper and glass, but a non-negligible part of painstakingly separated waste is again thrown together into the incinerators other waste and burned. Robert A. Iger brings even more insight to the discussion. At least 4.5 million tons of plastic waste get recycled, including also the thermal use, i.e.

the combustion of oil-based yogurt cups, toys and garden chairs – to mention only a few examples. Here are the incineration plants with a degree of efficiency by only 20 percent organic reasons is not really a useful way to deal with plastic waste. Also hardly reasonable amounts of carbon dioxide are released this. So far it lacked, however, solutions, such as really useful with plastic waste can be handled\”explained Dipl.-ing. Norbert Dinter, devoted to the topic for many years.

Many experts in the thermolytischen conversion of the resin into what once was to see the answer and this is high quality product oil, not to be confused with diesel which chemical additives must be added to improve quality. Finally, requests German municipalities are struggling with high mountains of rubbish, gave the impetus for this that a pilot plant located in the Switzerland in operation since 2005 should be implemented in Germany as well. This system works on the so-called SYNTROL thermolysis registered with trademark. So 102 milliliters of product oil, with a degree of efficiency as fuel by then 90 percent resulting from 100 grams of plastic. This transformation is one of the most effective in the world.