July 16, 2024


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T-Technology – Plastic Waste Recycling

T-Technology – Plastic Waste Recycling

The environment friendly products use only few raw materials for the production process. So without destructing the environment, one can create more products. And hence the natural environment is safe. Use green and clean technologies which are more useful. Biodegradable plastics can be used and these are produced with the help of the biodegradable technology. Instead of using the new material by the destruction of the natural environment, one can use the recyclable materials that can be formed into new products.

T-Technology is the new generation plastic recycling system. T-Technology is the alternative to industrial waste management systems. Technologically this method works well. And this T-Technology method has no equals. In T-Technology method, the waste processing is carried out under atmospheric pressure conditions and specified temperature without the use of air. The energy consumption for this method is very low. This can be achieved through the cooling system application. T-technology solution is suggested by energy industry specialists.

Plastics are mostly produced from petrochemicals. Due to improper disposal of plastic materials, environment pollution occurs. The plastic bags and sheets will not allow air and water to go into the earth which will affect the soil fertility. Plastic recycling is used to produce the environmentally friendly products.

Plastic Waste Recycling system uses liquefaction, pyrolysis and the catalytic breakdown of plastics, a process in which scrap and waste plastic are converted into liquid hydrocarbons that can be used as fuels. It can handle almost all the plastic that is currently being sent to landfills.

Pyrolysis is a process of degradation in the absence of oxygen. Plastic waste is continuously treated in a chamber and the pyrolytic gases condensed in a specially-designed condenser system to yield a hydrocarbon distillate comprising aromatic hydrocarbons. The resulting mixture is essentially equivalent to petroleum distillate.