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What is the Thermal Conversion Process?

The Thermal Conversion Process (TCP™) is used for the conversion of all carbon containing organic and petroleum-based materials into ecological fuels and speciality chemicals using temperature, pressure and reactivity of water. Organic materials with negative value such as domestic wastes, hydrocarbon containing industrial wastes and sewage sludges are processed based on TCP™.
Four types of main products are obtained as a result of this process.

These are light crude equivalent fuel oil, natural gas equivalent fuel, high nitrogen containing liquid fertilizer and solid biochar.

There are 4 (four) basic steps in TCP:

- Raw material preparation

- Depolymerization process

- High-efficiency Hydrolysis process

- By-products are passed through final stage reactions developed by SynPet Technologies in order to form Renewable fuel, Renewable Natural Gas, Liquid Fertilizer and BioChar.

Unique Technology

Current Technologies on waste disposal work in a slow manner throughout the world, causing damage to the environment and lead to economic losses. Careless misapplications particularly for the disposal of organic wastes, considerably increase the emission of toxic and/or harmful gases released into the atmosphere. As a result of agriculture and industry advancement in the developing countries; burying waste products underground to decrease expenditure, dumping wastes into the sea and rivers, causes environmental disasters.

The fundemental feature that distinguishes TCP from other waste disposal methods, and that makes it unique is the way investment value is covered by developed technology in considerably short time when applied with large volume.

While all other recycling technologies need dehydrated raw material or same type of waste raw material (Pure Stream); TCP can be operated with wet products and nonuniformed wastes. The quantity of water that the wastes includes required to be disposed of or ever-changing raw material types do not cause any quality diference in the process outputs and do not decrease the energy amount, in other words process efficiency.