Waste To Wheels

Technology that actually cleans the planet while providing power
NOW! Conversion of plastic waste into clean power for electric vehicles.

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Plastic Waste

Plastic, Tires, Sump Oil

We take plastic waste scheduled for landfill or expensive recycling, old tires, and toxic sump oil....


We take these waste products and effiiciently turn them into diesel fuel using our unique, amazingly efficient process .

Power Generation

Diesel generators on-site

Efficient diesel generators take the former plastic, tire, and oil waste and turn them into clean energy available locally and even to the grid.

Electric Cars

Clean electriciy reduces landfill

The growing electric car market becomes even more eco-friendly by being fueled by waste that would otherwise go into landfills or the ocean.

The Waste To Wheels Solution

The Problem:  Plastic Waste

We all love plastic. Well love may not be the right word. We all use and need plastic in our daily lives.  It’s everywhere, in our cars, homes, work places, hospitals and mostly packaging of food etc. It has had a profound change on our way of life. You could say it’s the best invention since the combustion engine, the computer or the internet. But there is a problem: We don’t have any way of dealing with it after we’ve used it. 

According to National Geographic, 91% of plastic isn’t recycled. That’s 8.3 Billion metric tons per year.

8,300,000,000 tons! Where is it all going? Sadly, into our oceans.  You can find it on our beaches, and like an ostrich that can’t deal with its problem, we bury this fantastic resource into land fills, out of sight out of mind. We are polluting our oceans and harming our fish and our birds because of this lack of dealing with the problem. There are many reported incidents of animals getting ensnared, strangling, or ingesting this waste plastic and dying horrible deaths. There is even an entire island of waste plastic in the Pacific the size of Hawaii. It’s so big that it can be seen from space. It’s six feet deep and so solid you can even walk on it. And it’s growing.

We assume that all countries have waste capabilities to deal with this growing problem and that there must be laws and social conscience to prevent this kind negligent pollution. Sadly this is not the case. Take a plastic water bottle as an example. Once the water is gone, the plastic bottle is worthless, and we empty these at the rate of one million bottles per minute. That’s right, 1,000,000 bottles per minute, 480 BILLION in 2016 and a 10% recycle rate. This is a pitiful and even dangerous outcome.

The Solution: Pyrolization

A mechanism needs to exist whereby this waste plastic is turned into something there is a demand for, and that can be profitably produced. Like energy, for example. That mechanism now exists. It’s called Pyrolyzation.

Pyrolyzation is the process of cracking long chain hydrocarbons into smaller chains using heat in a deoxygenated environment. So in this instance HDPE the hydrocarbon chain of plastic is around 2 million molecules long and the process device will break them into chains from 36 to 2 molecules

Each installation is a self-contained pyrolyzation machine that takes end of life products like, plastic bags, film, bubble wrap, HDPE / LDPE / Polypropylene / Tires also used engine oils and turn them into useful fuels like Petrol, Diesel and Gas. Most of these waste products are destined for land fill and have no value. We can also use better grade plastic like HDPE 1 & 2, and even the previously unusable HDPE 3 so that in locations where recycling is not readily available, Waste To Wheels technology really excels!

The output from one W2W Cluster (5 conversion pods) is around 24,000 liters of liquid fuel per day from 24 metric tons of plastic. The machine was designed to facilitate production of about one road tanker per day per “cluster”.

Waste To Wheels:  The Business

Waste to Wheels (W2W) is a simple but profound concept. Pervasive use of Electric Vehicles (EV) is a vision for the future, but use of traditional “dirty” fuels to power these vehicles is counter-productive. What’s needed is an abundant, viable energy resource that ideally cleans the planet while simultaneously supplying electricity.

Through a combination of technologies including a step change in Pyrolyzation technology, W2W has made turning plastic into fuel economically viable. Waste used to cost you money, but now it could generate money in an exciting, environmentally responsible and world changing way.

The initial deployment model is a 10 MW power output station that will recharge 1600 cars per day, every day of the year. This is scalable to almost any imaginable capacity.

The “feedstock” in the initial deployment is waste plastic, but shortly it will include old tires and used sump oil.

With W2W, all plastic is recyclable and convertible to electricity. This includes plastics going into landfill that can't be re-processed (with the exception of polystyrene).

Energy requirements to drive the cluster of processing pods are fulfilled by the actual process itself, and are fully met by the input waste stock. It literally creates its own fuel.

This highly efficient system generates large amounts of low-cost electricity.

With 90 tons of plastic feedstock per day, the W2W system can produce approximately 10 MW output. With current pricing of the system’s major components and labor, the system presents a projected three-year RoI.

W2W is seeking opportunities with current utility providers, entrepreneurs, strategic partners or even new entrants into the waste management business seeking an edge, who want to see a cost center turned into a profit center.

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The Goal: Make Saving the Oceans Profitable

There is no point is creating this amazing power generation breakthrough if we don’t even have a planet left to sustain us. We must save our oceans from the waste plastic eco-collapse which is coming if we do nothing.

Partnering with us to provide the solution in the USA will fund a project with exactly this goal- Le salut pour la mer

( SfrS - Salvation for the Sea) in honor of Jacques-Yves Cousteau, an early Ocean conservationist

5% of our revenue will be put towards operation SftS. This will go directly toward reducing the mountains of plastic in the ocean. Our company is committed to addressing this issue, alone if need be , but we would much rather work with other partners willing to commit a small percentage of revenue toward this project, and assisting us placing this technology on the oceans to turn plastic in the sea into diesel fuel.

To date, nobody has taken ownership of this problem and put forward genuine, workable solutions to it. Until now. We are going to solve it with your help.


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