T-Technology - a system for production of liquid fuels from plastics waste

Poland1 T-Technology is a system for the production of liquid fuels from the waste plastic materials. It can process the majority of plastic waste types which are normally sent to landfills, and does not require their costly preparation. One tonne of waste inputs yield 550 litres of liquid fuel.  

T-Technology is an installation enabling recycling of the largest group of plastic waste, i.e. polyethylene (PE), polypropylene (PP), and polystyrene (PS), in the forms in which they appear in landfill sites. This innovative technology is protected by patents in both the European Union and the USA. It is an unusually ecological and economically attractive way to utilize plastic waste. It has been implemented in many countries, including India, Thailand, Slovakia, and Poland, and is also used by a large stock exchange-listed company in the USA.

Plastic waste can come directly from a landfill site or waste sorting plants. The system processes waste mixed in any proportions of PP, PE, and PS. The recycled waste may be wet or dirty, it may carry thermal-sprayed metallic or coloured imprints. The waste may be multicoloured, or have various structures and thickness.

The system has a modular construction, thanks to which the scale of an installation may be changed according to the needs, which allows for recycling any quantity of waste. As much as 75% of the energy needed for the process is obtained from the recycled waste.

Waste recycling using T-Technology significantly reduces landfill space. Plastic materials, which have not been used up until now, are transformed into liquid fuel.

Barriers and drivers

 Thanks to T-Technology, liquid fuels can be produced from commonly disposed waste, such as plastic bags, or foodstuffs packaging.

- The recycling process taking place in the T-Technology system consists of depolymerisation and is based on an innovative, patented technological solution

- The system is not an incineration plant, and the produced liquid fuel may be transported and put to use in other places.

- This is neither a pyrolysis technology nor a system for plastic regranulation.

- One tonne of waste inputs yield 550 litres of fuel.

Economic performance

The effectiveness of the process makes it possible to build very effective business models based on this technology. From the economical point of view the technology offers good rate of return from the investment.

Social performance

There is no negative environmental impact of instalations based on this technology what is crutial from the social performance point of view. It also creates jobs in the area where the instalation is build.

Environmental impact

The implementation of such technology enables significantly reduces the landfill space and is very good alternative source of the energy.

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