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Food Waste to Bio-CNG (CBG)

Converting food waste to bio-CNG (compressed natural gas) is a promising method for reducing the amount of organic waste that ends up in landfills, as well as a way to generate a renewable energy source. The process of converting food waste to bio-CNG typically involves several steps. First, the food waste is collected and sorted to remove any contaminants such as plastics or metals. Next, the food waste is sent to a facility where it is broken down through a process

Plastic Waste to Electricity

In the pyrolysis process, waste plastics are heated in the absence of oxygen to break them down into their constituent parts, such as oil, gas, and char. These products can then be used to generate electricity. There are several ways to generate electricity from the products of pyrolysis: The oil and gas produced through pyrolysis can be burned in a generator to produce electricity. The char produced through pyrolysis can be used as a fuel in a power plant to generate electricity. The oil

Plastic Waste to Energy – Pyrolysis

Pyrolysis is the process of breaking down plastic waste into its constituent parts, such as oil, gas, and char, through the use of high temperatures in the absence of oxygen. This process can be used to recover valuable resources from plastic waste that would otherwise be lost if the plastic were simply disposed of in a landfill. There are several benefits to using pyrolysis to process plastic waste: It allows for the recovery of valuable resources from plastic waste, including oil and