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  • What kind of power supply does the unit require?
    The unit is powered by electricity. The demand is partially covered by fuel gas (chemical reaction by-product) converted into electric power.
  • Does the technology make economic sense?
    Yes. The thermochemical recycling outputs are reusable and sellable raw materials, such as pure oil, heating gas, or carbon residue.
  • Is it safe for the environment?
    Yes. The machine has been designed with a strong focus on safety. It works in a closed, anaerobic (air-sealed) circuit. In the event of any abnormal parameters, sensors shut down the reaction.
  • Is there any impact on surroundings?
    No, the technology is fully emission-free. The circuit is closed. No stack, no emissions. No smell. The only outputs are reusable resources. Noisiness up to 60 dB – the unit is only as loud as an average conversation. To lower the noise and vibration levels even further, the unit has been placed in shipping containers.
  • What types of plastic waste does the technology process?
    All kinds of plastic waste, except PET (up to 8%) and PVC (up to 3%). Neither mixed plastic nor waste stained with food, chemicals, or paint is a problem.
  • Do you only recycle plastics?
    For the time being, yes. But we are planning to process other types of waste, such as tires or sludge, in the future.
  • What are the operating costs?
    The most cost-inducing factors are electric power and human resources. Electric power demand is partially covered by gas production. All operations are fully automatized and maintenance-free, only requiring two employees per shift to supervise.
  • Is the technology patented?
    No. Pyrolysis is a widely known chemical process. What makes the technology unique, however, is the concurrence of reactions taking place in the primary and secondary reactor. This is our trade secret.
  • What certificates and attestations do you have?
    Our technology is CE certified. ISCC Plus for the entire plant and Environmental Product Declaration for the products – certification in progress.
  • Why is your technology the first to be fully applicable at the industrial scale?
    Our technology has been developed for years, with multiple prototypes along the way. The R&D process has been led by experts in the field of thermochemical recycling. The project has not been dependent on any external financial resources, making us extremely sensitive to its efficiency and to the financial side. A medium-sized machine turned out to be optimum: easy to control, yet producing sufficient quantities of output materials.
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