Novosibirsk State University (NSU) together with the Yaroslavl National Ecological Company produced fuel from plastic waste. NSU’s young researcher Ekaterina Vorobyova emphasized that they use well-known systems. Scientists used nickel-molybdenum catalysts on alumina support to conduct experiments.

Scientists made a prototype of synthetic fuel using recycled plastic bags. These bags were pyrolyzed at high temperatures, creating a mixture of hydrocarbons and contaminants. Special technology made it possible to purify the raw material, obtaining a transparent liquid with a motor fuel flavor and a minimum sulfur content. This fuel is suitable for use in internal combustion engines.

Source: Ferra

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