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Home-made fuel from disposable plastic bags
posted February 18 2011 20:27.15 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This invention comes from Japan, and is able to convert plastic bags into crude oil. As a matter of fact, plastic bags ARE made of oil. The bags are heated in the machine, and it traps the vapors with a system of pipes. Then, these vapors are condensed into crude oil, which can be used to heat the home. The initial price is kinda high, $10.000, but the inventor believes that the price will fall as the demand for the device increases. Currently, it is sold by the Blest Corporation. Read more here.

[Link: physorg]
Tags: green   environment   recycling   inventions   commercial   chemistry   
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