Ozmotech's plastic-to-fuel solution in demand

April 2006
Ecos;Apr/May2006, Issue 130, p5
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The article discusses the significance of ThermoFuel technology developed by Ozmotech Pty Ltd. that recycle plastic waste into commercial grade diesel fuel, and signed a contract selling its 31 leading edge systems to EnvoSmart Technologies to an amount of 190 million dollars. It can be noted that Ozmotech is known to be the major exporter and contributor to the production of alternative fuels in the world due to its commitment to the alleviation of people's reliance on fossil fuels. It added that the introduction of ThermoFuel would foster the sustainability of waste management. It also announced that the first six of its systems will be installed in Germany which will be operational in 2007.


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