Energy Recovery From Plastics

August 24, 2012

A recent study conducted by the University of Texas at Austin and the American Chemistry Council confirms the viability of using non-recycled plastics as a fuel source, say the two organizations. See how non-recycled materials were utilized in this video and read the article "From Trash to Treasure" in the Fall 2012 issue of <i>Renewable Energy from Waste</i> for more conclusions made from the study.

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