Halogenated Hydrocarbon Compound Fuel Produced from PVC and PP Waste Plastic

Mohammad Rashid; Moinuddin Sarker; Mohammed Molla; Muhammad Rahman
Plastics use is increasing day by day everywhere. After use all plastics become waste, it creates hazardous environmental problem. Waste plastics are non-bio-degradable and remain in landfill for a long period of time. These waste plastics also end up in the water body which damages the earth’s ecosystems. Waste plastics such as polypropylene (PP) and Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) are some of the few that are included. Nowadays worldwide researchers are working to find suitable environment friendly sustainable alternate source of liquid fuel. New establish technology is economically viable, technically sound and environment friendly to convert almost all types of waste plastic into eco-friendly liquid fuel. This developed process of conversion of waste plastics into fuel is completely zero pollution system i.e. in the new developed process, there will be no solid, liquid or gaseous emission pollution. The produced fuel from waste plastics can be used for all types of combustion engine, and can be used for the production of electricity using generator and power plant. Implementations of this new developed process throughout the USA can solve 30 million ton of solid waste plastics dumping problem and also rest of the world. The produced fuel from waste plastics will also reduce a certain percentage of the foreign oil dependence.
Polypropylene; PVC; Hydrocarbon; Fuel; Halogen; GC/MS; FT-IR
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