New Article in “Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy” highlights properties of Plastic Derived Fuel Oil
New Article in “Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy” highlights properties of Plastic Derived Fuel Oil

New Article in “Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy” highlights properties of Plastic Derived Fuel Oil

ESES President and Founder, Jeffrey Seay, and colleagues Noble Banadda and Ronald Kizza at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda have published an article titled Qualitative and Energy Recovery Potential Analysis: Plastic Derived Fuel Oil versus Conventional Diesel in the “Journal of Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy”. The research presented in this article is a comparison of the fuel properties of Plastic Derived Fuel Oil (PDFO) with conventional petroleum derived diesel fuel. PDFO produced from High Density Polyethylene, Low Density Polyethylene, Poly Propylene and Polystyrene were all included in this study. The article can be accessed online using the link below:

https://rdcu.be/cd0vE

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