|GRE/Golden Renewable Energy - Heating fuel|
GRE has designed, built, tested and is producing fuel at a commercial rate from its Renewable Fuel Production (“RFP”) unit. GRE is taking waste products that municipalities pay to have removed – and converting that waste into EPA certified fuel products such as diesel (ASTM D975), home heating oil (ASTM D396), or electricity. The process from the machine mimics the natural geological processes involved in the production of fossil fuels.
Headquartered in Yonkers, New York, GRE was founded in December 2010 by Nicholas T. Canosa, President and CEO of GRE. Until recently, the GRE management and engineering group have been optimizing its RFP Unit, which allows it to take and process waste plastics and on a commercial scale produce diesel fuel.
Now completed, the RFP Unit produces fuel that is sold to New York based home heating fuel distributors.
SYSTEM AND PROCESS FOR CONVERTING WASTE PLASTIC INTO FUEL
|United States Patent Application||20180010049|
|TENORE; Anthony F. ; et al.||January 11, 2018|
An apparatus is provided for processing reusable fuel comprising: a continuous material supply assembly; a heated airlock feeder configured to continuously receive and process the material supply received therein; a reactor configured to receive the processed material from the heated airlock feeder; and a vapor refining system configured to process vapor supplied by the reactor. The apparatus may comprise a char disposal system configured to eliminate char from the reactor. The apparatus may also comprise a thermal expansion system configured to allow thermal expansion of the reactor. A cooling system may be configured to receive processed fuel from the reactor.
|Inventors:||TENORE; Anthony F.; (Yonkers, NY) ; CANOSA; Nicholas; (Mamaroneck, NY) ; OLUWASEUN; Oluwadare; (Yonkers, NY)|
Golden Renewable Energy, LLC
|Filed:||July 5, 2017|