plastic-to-oil News

  • Printing company returns to Riverside for baling needs

    Flexographic printing company RR Flexo has enhanced its recycling capabilities by further investing in new equipment from Riverside Waste Machinery. No stranger to baling, the company has recently obtained a brand new RWM 450 HD machine, to deal with the large volumes of polythene waste produced by the firm on a daily basis. Founded in 1982 by the two main shareholders Ron Dodd and Richard Green ...


    By Riverside Waste Machinery

  • Chinese pipeline selects Rotork ELB for increased line break safety

    The Rotork Electronic Line Break (ELB) is a robust, self-contained system that combines pipeline pressure monitoring with intelligent valve control. It continuously monitors upstream and downstream pipeline pressure dynamics to provide early detection of pipeline breaks and initiate automatic valve actuator movement to a pre-selected emergency position. In one recent contract Rotork GO ...


    By Rotork plc

  • Workers in Puerto Rico Could Be Exposed to BPA and Other Endocrine Disruptors

    In early 2018, The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published informational about bisphenol A (BPA) and occupational exposures. BPA is a synthetic compound that is widely used in the production of polycarbonate plastics, epoxy resins, phenolic resins and some specialty waxes. These are found in industrial applications, consumer products and some food packaging.   ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • An application report of a cooling water treatment in Czech Republic

    The Chvaletice Power Station in the Czech Republic regularly controls the installation of their cooling towers. The plastic constructions that form the lower part of the tower are one of the critical parts of the system. Individual boards are very rugged. Deterioration of their penetration by suspended substances and biofilm can cause total carbonate deposition, resulting in the reduced ...


    By Kurita

  • Monitoring Leak Rates During LPG Bottling

    LPG usually consists of butane, propane or a mixture of these gases, though the definition is country-dependent. It is produced from natural gas processing and oil refining, where it is separated via either refrigeration or distillation before being pressurised, liquefied and stored in cylinders under pressure so that it remains in its liquid form, and can be subsequently used as a gas or liquid. ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • Plastic Pipe Leads Oil and Gas Pipe Industry 2017

    World demand to rise 5+% annually through 2017 Worldwide demand for oil and gas pipe is expected to increase over five percent per year, approaching 55 million metric tons in 2017 as higher oil prices and rising demand for energy spur new development, especially in unconventional and offshore fields. Growth in oil and gas pipe demand is expected to be especially strong in developing ...


  • Plastic to Oil Technology Company Envion to Present at CleanEquity Monaco Conference

    Washington, D.C., January 27, 2010 -- Envion Inc., a Washington D.C. based renewable waste-to-energy company, has been chosen to ...


    By Thomson Reuters

  • Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp. (GETH) Gets Top Pricing for Its Converted Tire and Plastic Oil That Can Be Sold to Any Major Oil Company

    Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp. (PINKSHEETS: GETH) announced today that the tire and plastic to oil samples that were approved in May 2012 precipitated the pricing at the "Brent Crude" spot price. One oil company stated that lab result qualities of all GETH's oil samples were well ...


  • Italy customer set up successfully waste plastic to fuel oil pyrolysis plant

    Italy customer bought a set of waste plastic to fuel oil pyrolysis plant from Doing company.In spite of the Italy customer can't speak English,he always translated Italian into Enlish by Google to contact with us.When he visit our factory and communicates with our colleagues detailed.With our help ,he get the ...

  • Italy customer set up successfully waste plastic to fuel oil pyrolysis plant

    Italy customer bought a set of waste plastic to fuel oil  pyrolysis plant from Doing company.In spite of the Italy customer can't speak English,he always translated Italian into Enlish by Google to contact with us.When he visit our factory and communicates with our colleagues detailed.With our help ,he get the license in Italy .The Italy customer place the order right now and buy the waste ...

  • Waste Plastic Shredder for plastic recycling and plastic remake

    Waste plastic can be classified and shredded to remake plastic, produce fuel for plant and generate electricity for power plant, etc. Waste plastic shredding is a critical step to manage various kinds of waste plastic, it helps to reduce the space of storing the bulky waste plastic, lower the transportation cost in the meantime, minor plastic granulates is good for the further ...

  • Plastic Recycling

    Only 2.5 % of all municipal waste is selectively collected in Poland. Plastic waste comprises around 14 % of all Polish domestic waste, most of it PET. However, only 6% of it is recycled, while in Europe the figure is 45%! PET processing is done by three companies in Poland: Elana PET - part of the capital group Boryszew (produces 120,000 tons of bottles per year), Polowat (18,000 tons per year) ...


  • Plastic bottles shredder in plastic bottles recycling

    As one of the biggest countries of plastic consumption, China used to import most of the recyclable waste and recycled them. With the development of economic and the awareness of protecting environment, China government issued a ban of importing foreign waste in July of 2017, which came into force at the end of 2017. The ban list includes waste plastic, unsorted waste paper, waste textile raw ...

  • Plastics Recycling? There`s an App for That

    A new app hopes to create an obsession out of tossing plastic packaging into virtual – and real world – recycling bins.   To encourage more plastics recycling, Plastics Make it Possible®, an initiative sponsored by the ...


    By Plastics Make it Possible

  • Vacuuming plastics from the oceans

    As marketers increasingly look to brand their companies as "green" to win a larger share of consumers" greenbacks, the vacuum maker Electrolux"s green marketing campaign offers stark contrast to BP"s "greenwashing." The embattled oil company changed its logo into a green-and-yellow sunflower and its slogan to "beyond petroleum" - then pumped millions of gallons of oil per day directly into the ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • PlumbBetter Plastic Manifolds

    - Four new additions to the PlumbBetter Family   IPEX is pleased to announce the addition of our Plastic Manifolds, for PEX and XPA, ...


    By IPEX

  • Home composting of biodegradable plastics

    ASTM International Committee D20 on Plastics is currently developing a new standard, WK35342, Specification for Home Composting of Biodegradable Plastics. The proposed standard is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee D20.96 on Environmentally Degradable Plastics and ...


    By ASTM International

  • Plastics in the Marine Environment

    An ongoing study of biodegradation rates of polymers has led to the development of a new ASTM International standard, D7473, Test Method for Weight Attrition of Plastic Materials in the Marine Environment by Open System Aquarium Incubations. The new standard is under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee D20.96 on Environmentally Degradable ...


    By ASTM International

  • Coral acquires Rotalac Plastics

    Coral Products are pleased to announce the purchase of Rotalac Plastics Ltd based in Wythenshawe, Manchester in January 2016. This business adds to the range of processes in the group by providing bespoke thermoplastic extrusion and moulding solutions. Rotalac is also a leader in shutter system design and ...


    By Coral Products PLC

  • New plastics quality protocol

    The recovery of non-packaging plastic for manufacturers in England and Wales has been made easier by a new Quality Protocol. Published by the Waste Protocols Project, which is a collaborative effort between the Waste & Resources Action Programme and the Environment Agency, the Quality Protocol will mean plastics like toys and garden furniture will be easier for manufacturers to incorporate ...

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