Thermal Conversion Process (TCP™) is a unique technology that recycles all carbon-containing waste without exception, whether organic or petroleum-based, into valuable and useful products.
It is the most advanced waste management technology to date, developed as a solution to environmental pollution and excessive fossil fuel use.
The Miracle of Water
As a result of a decade long R&D studies, we have developed a technology that creates a circular economy by recycling wastes that cannot be recycled with current methods, such as pyrolysis or gasification.
Since this technology uses the most potent but harmless reagent, water, it does not require pretreatment for waste.
TCP is used in the production of miraculous products that are the core of our two waste management solutions.
The Thermal Conversion Process consists of 3 stages where different waste treatment technologies serve a single purpose.
Organic and inorganic substances that are treated with water under constant heat and pressure are separated by the depolymerization method. Organic-based materials are then transferred to the next step.
Carbon based molecules are broken apart using water gas shift reaction where hydrogen and hydroxide attach themselves to target carbons. This bond frees the carbon from all contaminants attached to it. Then, a secondary chemical reaction, decarboxylation, removes all oxygen from the hydrocarbon chains, producing pure long hydrocarbon chains.
Thermal cracking is created by increasing the ambient temperature above 450 degrees. Thus, the chains of long-chain hydrocarbons are shortened. This results in high-quality products.
What Makes TCP Unique and Revolutionary
Conventional technologies, such as pyrolysis or gasification, can only process certain types of plastic and household waste. This is where TCP differs from other methods.
Its unique technology recycles all waste, including those that are routinely sent to landfills and incinerators, as their recycling is considered impossible with current methods.
At the same time, current technologies require these wastes to be very clean, separated, or dried, which makes recycling costly and inefficient.
Since TCP technology uses water, it does not require any pre-treatment for waste, and any waste can be added to the feedstock as unsorted and wet.
Our Feed Stock
Our TCP technology can sustainably recycle all of the following waste into useful products: