Industrial growth and growing demand for a comfort lifestyle are accelerating the production of waste and greenhouse gases. These have been proven causes of the climate change. At the same time the current ways of handling waste are becoming increasingly complex and costly and are not suitable solution for the projected increase of waste production.
There are many new technologies in development to handle the waste, but are either very expensive, are producing harmful gases or are still in the conception phase.
SynDi Solution is based on newly engineered green waste2fuel technology that is based on the Catalytic Depolymerisation Process (CDP) and the machine (Syndi Transformer) has already been proven in practice. CDP transforms waste to high quality synthetic fuel (Syndi Fuel) in an economically sustainable way.
The important features of the technology are:
The technology is able of transforming 1 ton of waste to 250 to 600 litters of fuel depending on type of the feedstock, with a speed of up to 1000 liters per hour, ranking waste as future renewable energy source.
This technology is one of the most environmentally friendly and efficient technologies commercially available on the market. The technology does not produce any harmful gasses like dioxins or furans.
The technology mimics natural process of transforming organic waste and plastic to synthetic fuel. The only difference is the time reduction of the natural transformation process from 300 million years to 3 minutes by using 100 % crystalline catalysts (Cation-Aluminium-Silicate), raising the temperature to 240°C – 300°C, mixing and warming up the feedstock with the catalyst in a carrier oil with a turbine.
It is CO2 neutral-to-negative technology, producing pure synthetic fuel, no other gases than CO2, sludge and distilled water. CDP could decrease CO2 emissions up to 30%!
The CDP Technology can convert all kinds of organic matters such as: wood, coal, crude oil, waste fuel RDF, RSF, waste oil, plastics, food leftovers, paper, rubber, textile, yard trimmings, cultivated plants, agricultural residues and weed (e.g. Arundo Donax, Calliandra, empty fruit bunches, Giant king grass, Miscanthus, Napier grass, olive cake, palm kernel, palm oil residues, rice husk, straw, sugar bagasse, Water hyacinth) can be transformed into high-quality synthetic diesel, the SynDi Fuel.