Project PYROLY

Our solution is the construction of a waste-to-fuel pyrolysis plant in Estonia with an initial processing capacity of 27,000 tons of used tires per year. This waste utilization facility on a 7.73-hectare land will operate with zero CO2 emissions and without generating hazardous residues, making our business completely environmentally friendly. Due to its high utilization efficiency, the plant will be entirely self-sustaining, producing its own electricity and heat while generating revenue from the sale of high-quality end- products such as pyrolysis oil, carbon black, liquid CO2, and more.

Commercial use

The presentation contains information about installations, market analysis and several development directions for the preservation and enhancement of investment capital in the context of the global financial and social crisis.
Having their own products from the disposal of various wastes, an investor can develop various infrastructure projects and attract both private and public investment. Each activity area inevitably becomes a leading one due to the availability of independent fuel or energy, which makes up the largest part of the costs determining the final price of a product or service.

Description of the Technology

A gradual transition from landfill disposal to industrial processing is the key trend in solid waste management in the world practice. The involvement of solid waste in industrial processing, in many ways, solves the conflict between the city with a large amount of waste generated, and the suburbs, where the waste must be disposed.

Elimination of landfills and dumps

Elimination of landfills and dumps followed by decontamination of the territory and obtaining energy for own consumption. The project envisages establ5shment of a company for the disposal of municipal solid waste (MSW), all types of oil sludge and acid sludge, as well as tires and other rubber technical goods with a capacity of 100 cubic meters of raw materials per day using the technology of low-temperature pyrolysis (one reactor). The company will generate revenues from disposal services fees, as well as revenues from processed products sales: liquid furnace fuel 35-50% (pyrolysis oil), carbon black 20-30% (soot), scrap metal 1-5%. The project is supposed to be scalable and have significant potential for further development. The company perceives itself as a socially important and cost-effective business in the area of economically deleterious waste disposal. The recycling carried out under the project will benefit society by means of recycling hazardous waste into non-renewable resources (petroleum products).

High performance pyrolysis reactor with turbulent heating of the raw material by inert gas

At the first stage, the reactor produces turbulent gasification of solid or liquid waste. This forms a pyrolysis gas containing carbon monoxide, hydrogen, and hydrocarbons. Typically, pyrolysis gas when processing complex organic compounds wastes contains, in addition to hydrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide, etc., an aerosol consisting of very small droplets of hydrocarbons or resins which chemical composition is determined by the nature of the processed raw materials.