Pacific Pyrolysis

  • Targeting emerging waste management, renewable energy, and carbon markets
  • Flexible feedstock to produce syngas for electricity production, biochar, and carbon credits
  • Demonstration plant in Australia; claims waste reduction by 70% to 90%
  • Seeking $4 million in funding, a requ...

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