Project Description

the “CONTINUOUS WASTE TIRE_PLASTIC PYROLYSIS MACHINE” project. It involves the development and construction of a facility that utilizes plastic waste to produce bio-diesel.
The Continuous Waste Tire/Plastic Pyrolysis Machine project aims to address the pressing environmental issues posed by the accumulation of waste tires and plastic by developing an innovative and sustainable solution. Pyrolysis, the thermal decomposition of organic materials at elevated temperatures without the presence of oxygen, is the core technology employed in this project to convert waste tires and plastic into valuable resources, including fuel and other useful by-products.

What We Did


This feasibility study explores the viability and potential success of the Contrinus Waste Tire/Plastic Pyrolysis Machine project. The report outlines key findings related to market analysis, technical processes, funding requirements, and potential challenges associated with implementing pyrolysis technology for waste tire and plastic recycling.
  •  Market Analysis:
  •  Industry Overview:

    Analyzed the waste recycling industry, identifying a growing need for sustainable solutions to address the environmental impact of tire and plastic waste.

  • Target Market:Conducted market research to identify potential customers, focusing on waste management companies, recycling facilities, and industries requiring feedstock for production processes.
  • Regulatory Landscape:Explored existing regulations and incentives related to waste recycling to ensure compliance and leverage potential government support.
  •  Technical Process:
  • Pyrolysis Technology:Defined the pyrolysis process, outlining the machinery and technology required to efficiently convert waste tires and plastics into valuable products such as oil, gas, and carbon black.
  •  Environmental Impact:Evaluated the environmental benefits of pyrolysis, including reduced landfill waste, lower carbon footprint, and potential revenue streams from recycled products.
  •  Operational Efficiency:Explored best practices in machine operation, maintenance, and optimization to ensure consistent and efficient pyrolysis processes.
  •  Funding Requirements:
  • Capital Investment:Outlined the initial investment required for acquiring and installing pyrolysis machines, along with associated infrastructure and safety measures.
  •  Operating Costs:Projected monthly operational expenses, including raw material acquisition, machine maintenance, personnel, and compliance with safety standards.
  •  Revenue Projections:Developed revenue forecasts based on the market demand for recycled products, pricing strategies, and potential partnerships with waste management entities.
  •  Risk Analysis:
  • a. Market Risks:Identified potential risks such as fluctuations in waste material supply, market competition, and regulatory changes, and proposed risk mitigation strategies.
  • Technical Risks:Addressed technical challenges related to machine reliability, process optimization, and environmental compliance, with a focus on continuous improvement.
  •  Funding Strategy:
  •  Investment Options:Explored funding sources, including private investors, grants, and government incentives, to secure the necessary capital for project implementation.
  • Partnerships:Investigated potential collaborations with waste management companies or government agencies to share costs and resources.

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