45 year old Professor Satish Kumar makes petrol from West plastic, costing 40 liters of 1 liters.

45 year old Professor Satish Kumar makes petrol from West plastic, costing 40 rs. of 1 liters.
 

45 year old Professor Satish Kumar makes petrol from West plastic, costing 40 liters of 1 liters.

200 liters of petrol is made from 200 kilograms of plastic per day
 This process does not even cause air pollution


 This process has also displayed a green signal to the Pollution Control Board
Youth Zone Desk: Due to changing technology, today's human life is changing too.  Environmental security is an important issue in all these things.  The plastic behind the pollution and the items made from it are responsible.  A Hyderabad University professor found a unique twist on plastic.  45-year-old Professor Satish Kumar has made everyone wonder by making petrol from the plastic. This process has also displayed a green signal to the pollution control board.
Pollution-free process
 Satish Kumar has given the name of 'plastic pyrolysis' to the petrol production process from plastic.  The professor also started a company named Hydroxy.  Satish said that he could make diesel or petrol-like fuel from plastic using plastic pyrolysis process.  400 liters of fuel can be made from 500 kilograms of plastic that can not be recycled.  The interesting thing about this process is that it does not use any water or contaminated water does not even come out.  This process does not even cause air pollution.
So far 50 tons of plastic petrol conversion
 Professor of Hyderabad has been doing this work since nowadays but not since the year 2016.  They have so far converted 50 tons of plastic into petrol.  Satish Kumar used the second time unused West plastic in this process.  Satish's company makes 200 liters of petrol from 200 kilograms of plastic on a daily basis.  The plastic sells them to the local businesses in the range of 40 to 50 rupees per liter.  There is still a need to do research on whether petrol made from West plastic can be used in vehicles.

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