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Ruby L.
19th November 2011, 21:22
Until Free Energy technology becomes the norm, imagine this as our new oil field:


In an efficient and safe effort to save us from the ill-effects of plastic waste, Akinori Ito has developed a machine which converts plastic back into oil.

The machine, produced in various sizes for both industrial and home uses, can easily transform a kilogram of plastic waste into a litre of oil, using about 1 kWh of electricity but without emitting CO2 in the process.

The machine uses a temperature controlling electric heater instead of flames, processing anything from polyethylene (PE) or polystyrene (PS) to polypropylene (PP)(numbers 2-4), and converts it into gasoline, diesel and kerosene.


Imagine how we'd be actively cleaning up our environment --and that of our animal friends-- planet-wide. Planet-wide!!


Related Article: Plastic to Oil Fantastic (http://ourworld.unu.edu/en/plastic-to-oil-fantastic/) (April 14, 2009)
Machine produced by Blest Co. (http://blest.co.jp/seihin-english.html)
(Akinori Ito: Founder and CEO)

Ruby L.
19th November 2011, 21:39
"Only we humans make waste that nature can't digest":

Capt. Charles Moore (of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation) first discovered the Great Pacific Garbage Patch -- an endless floating waste of plastic trash. Now he's drawing attention to the growing, choking problem of plastic debris in our seas.


19th November 2011, 21:53
Great Thread OP. Who needs oil anymore, when we don't have to rely on obsolete/archaic fossil fuels any longer. Think Different! We want Free Energy Now,,,,, Dam It!

Sirius White
19th November 2011, 22:30
Funny, was just speaking to a physics/chemistry major about this 2 days ago, I told him to go out there once he graduates and find a way to get it funded/embraced :)

20th November 2011, 08:34
Global Resources Corp of New Jersey has a machine named Hawk-10 which uses frequecies similar to a microwave oven to convert petroleum based waste into fuel. The Hawk-10 also coverts rubber tires into fuel.