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These Indians Melt Plastic To Make Fuel

Make fuel from plastic waste? Yes, they can. One is a scientist and the other an engineer. โš—๐Ÿš—

03/21/2019 9:08 AM
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  • ANkur R.
    03/21/2019 09:11

    Stunner me kaam karega kya?, ๐Ÿ˜…

  • Khawaja M.
    03/21/2019 09:11

    Indians should also try on human waste..as lack of toilets is ultimately causing damage to the environment..

  • Asfaque
    03/21/2019 09:11

    Government should properly promote this and take it to the next level by testing on vehicles and analyze the data on what harm it does to engine, environment etc,. Because plastic garbage is one of the biggest issue india is facing now. If we can get rid of it, its can be absolutely called as Liquid gold๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿป

  • Jaheer A.
    03/21/2019 09:17

    Process cost more. And output harmfull gasses,

  • RAvi D.
    03/21/2019 09:21

    Not economic at large scale

  • Neeta S.
    03/21/2019 09:40

    Good

  • Aniket V.
    03/21/2019 10:05

    Two things on this post is love 1st positivity 2nd no pakistanis.

  • Manoj P.
    03/21/2019 10:08

    Letโ€™s burn all plastic waste in space and convert it to fuel to bring it back to use at earth!!! ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜…

  • Vijay P.
    03/21/2019 10:09

    Breaking bad.....

  • Dhananjay S.
    03/21/2019 10:13

    , check this out .

  • Sudeep D.
    03/21/2019 10:17

    If DIESEL ENGINES, then why was he shown riding a bike (Petrol Engine) using that fuel ?

  • John T.
    03/21/2019 10:27

    I am loving this channel

  • Parul K.
    03/21/2019 10:31

    Plastic is disasterous! If we all stop buying plastic, nobody will continue to manufacture it.

  • Manish G.
    03/21/2019 10:35

    Same project is on work in my college but the output is very less and one require too much amount of energy first to melt plastic and than convert it into gaseous state after that it requires cool water to condense these gases to obtain fuel and after some time we have to change the water too because it is warm and can't be used for cooling purpose .. so this technology is good but one have to overcome the problems of pollution and make it renewable energy operated like by using parabolic solar cooker like apparatus to obtain high temp rather using any other fossil fuel or electricity to obtain pyrolysis.

  • Nitish H.
    03/21/2019 10:47

    It's not the first time someone doing this. I hope it won't be the last time. But it shouldn't be or can't be a commercial โšš item. It will create more damage. The term recycling โ™ป won't suit in this criteria. It may make plastic waste valuable and reduce waste disposal for first time. Here's a another article about it. You should look at https://www.theguardian.com/sustainable-business/2017/feb/20/campaigners-reject-plastics-to-fuel-projects-but-are-they-right

  • AriFur R.
    03/21/2019 10:58

    Same project aslo has been done in Bangladesh...

  • Ayesha H.
    03/21/2019 11:03

    What are the by products?!

  • Surya K.
    03/21/2019 11:36

    We r proud of u

  • Shyamal T.
    03/21/2019 11:52

    Ei project ta chilo toh karo clg e?

  • Chandan S.
    03/21/2019 12:06

    An innovative idea indeed. One should get it patented and think of a commercial module. So far a no. of innovative ideas had come in recent years but no one got it commercialised. Plastic is a petrochemical product, so extraction of petrol from plastic waste may be a good option. Wish there is a success.