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ecoPlants

Green. Clean. Converting 20,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste plastics into ultra-clean fuel, every year.

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What is an ecoPlant?

A Clean Planet ecoPlant uses patented (& patent-pending) Pyrolysis & Oil-Upgrading technology to convert non-recyclable waste plastics (which typically is incinerated, sent to landfill or lost in our oceans) into ultra-clean fuels. The fuels produced can be used as a direct replacement in fossil-fuel engines.

In addition to the eco-benefits of removing waste-plastic from environment and producing ultra-clean fuel, the ecoPlants significantly reduce process emissions compared to fossil-fuel oil refineries.

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The 'Turtle Shell'

Clean Planet's ecoPlants are built to our trademark design - The Turtle Shell. Around the world the turtle represents 'good health', 'long life' and 'mother nature' - all qualities we wish to impart on each site. 

Each Turtle Shell has an Inner and Outer shell. The Inner shell is 'processing and power', the outer shell is 'nature'. A nature reserve, tranquility garden and allotments are all part of the Outer shell.

Built to BREEAM standards, with low noise levels and minimal waste-heat, an ecoPlant's core processing is designed to power itself. 

As with nature, every turtle shell is unique, but each holds the Clean Planet core properties within.

Everyone deserves better.

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Oil Refinery

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CO

SOx

Comparing typical venting, flaring and fugitive emissions from an ecoPlant compared to typical data* from Oil Refineries. 

**Emissions in ppmw (Parts per million weight) to refine into fuel to be used in fossil fuel engines

*According to the European Environmental Agency (2019).

Emissions

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How it works

Turning waste plastics into ultra-clean fuel.

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Up to 60 metric tonnes of non-recyclable waste plastics (per day) are shredded and fed into the ecoPlant. 

Read More about the Plastic used

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In an oxygen-free environment, the plastic hydrocarbons are broken down into small chains. These chains are then upgraded into new products; liquids, solid and gas.

Watch a video about the process

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The ecoPlant generates a gas (which is reused, so the plant powers itself), a solid (which is reused in construction) and ultra-clean liquid fuels: Naphtha, Fuel Oil, Jet-Fuel and EN15950 diesel (all pop-up windows).

Read More about the Fuels Produced

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Working Together

We work with Local authorities, Businesses and Special Partners across all our plants.

Local Authorities

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Businesses

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Special Partners

 

ecoPlant Projects

 
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Phase: Construction

Location: Teesside, UK

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Construction

Location: Suffolk, UK

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: UK, South East

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: UK, Midlands

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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05

Phase: Development

Location: Indonesia

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: Philippines

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: France

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: France

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Phase: Development

Location: France

Scale: 20,000 MT/annum

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Sustainability

Clean Planet’s liquid fuels provide at least a 75% reduction in CO2e emissions compared to traditional fossil fuels.

Clean Oceans. Clean Air. Clean Planet Energy.

hello [at] cleanplanetenergy.com

+44 (0)203 195 3814   

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