Environment Development

For many years, various methods are tried and tested for processing of waste plastic. The plastic materials are recycled and low value products are prepared. Plastic materials which cannot be recycled are usually dumped into undesirable landfill.

Worldwide almost 20% of the waste stream is plastic, most of which still ends up in landfill or at worst it is incinerated. This is a terrible waste of a valuable resource containing a high level of latent energy.

In recent year this practice has become less and less desirable due to opposition from Government and environmentally conscious community groups. The value of plastics going to landfill is showing a marginal reduction despite extensive community awareness and education programs.

Research Centre for Fuel Generation (RCFG) has conducted successful 300 successful pilot trials and commercial trials for conversion of waste plastic materials into high grade industrial fuel. The system uses liquefaction, Pyrolysis and the catalytic breakdown of plastic materials and conversion into industrial fuel and gases. The system can handle the majority of plastic materials that are currently being sent to landfill or which have a low recycle value.

Bio-Energy (electricity, oil and gas generating) projects: The IOED is about to start Bio-Energy (electricity, oil and gas generating) projects through collecting any type of solid waste of Plastic, Rubber and other agricultural and industrial waste, recycling, packing and trading on national and international level building producing depot Plants under the banner of Clean India Campaign. This is Germany based technology duly patented and accredited and the best part of this technology is that there is zero Emission and zero residues. Therefore it provides an opportunity of huge employment for technical and non-technical professionals and staff, etc.

Solar Energy Projects: Also ready to extend best possible support to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy MNRE to promote Solar Energy Projects.

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