Plastics into Fuels
|1 | | | |Introduction | |2 | | | |Plastics in Environment | |3 | | | |Process Technology | | |(Process Flow | | |(Process Description | |4 | | | |Properties and Purity of Fuels | |5 | | | |Quality of fuels | |6 | | | |Additives | |7 | | | |Yield | |8 | | | |comparision of petrol from waste plastic with regular petrol | |9 | | | |feasibility | |10 | | | |conclusion |
Plastic have become an integral part of our lives. Since plastics are relatively low cost and being easily available have brought a use and throw away culture. Each year more than 100 million tones of plastics are produced worldwide because of use and throw culture so plastics waste management has become a problem worldwide.
In this paper, the process of converting waste plastic into value added fuels are explained which a solution for recycling of plastics become. Thus two universal problems such as ▪ Problems of waste plastic.
▪ Problems of fuel shortage are being tackled simultaneously. The waste plastics are subjected to depolymerisation, fractional distillations to obtain different value added fuels such as petrol, kerosene, and diesel, lube oil, furnace oil traction and coke.
The process of waste plastic into fuels can literally change the economic scenario of our country. Thus, the process of converting plastics to fuel has now turned the problems into an opportunity to make wealth from waste.
KEY WORDS: Waste plastics, Reactors, Depolymerisation, Fractional distillation.
CONVERSION OF WASTE PLASTICS INTO FUELS
Plastics play an important role in day-today life, as in certain application they have an edge over conventional materials. Indeed, their light weight, durability, energy efficiency, coupled with a faster rate of production and more design flexibility, have allowed breakthroughs in fields ranging from non-conventional energy, to horticulture and irrigation, water-purification systems and even space flight. How ever one has to accept that virtues and vices co-exist. Plastics are relatively cheaper and being easily available has brought about use and throwaway culture. Plastics waste...
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