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  1. Mohamad Adan Yusof
    May 10, 2014

    We have recently commercialised a waste plastic (pp pe &ps) conversion into EuroV equivalent fuel. System starts with as small as 5 tons per day input with an extraction rate of about 80%. This is a commercially attractive recycling business. At present we are developing a model with joint ventures to undertake the recycling of waste plastic into fuel. The typical investment for a small unit of 5tpd is USD 5 million. Perhaps this could contribute to the needed solutions to our plastics nightmare. Adan Yusof

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    • Salman Zafar
      May 10, 2014

      Dear Adan
      Thanks for sharing information about your innovative waste-to-energy system. Shall be happy to discuss avenues of collaboration at salman@cleantechloops.com
      Best wishes

      Salman Zafar
      Founder, Cleantech Solutiuons

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  2. Ramesh Satyam
    May 10, 2014

    the scale of economic activity through consumption of fuels like diesel for transport and plastics for packaging increases multifold when water is delivered at a price to the user in bottles and tankers…beneficiaries from this nature of economic activity have increased over the years and no visible effort is noticeable to substitute this mode of delivery by getting the pipeline network to work effectively and from supplementing or reinforcing existing pipeline networks for improved service delivery

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