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Reuse of Organic and Plastic Waste Through The Gasification System
Organic and plastic wastes are largely consists of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. Other elements are represented in smaller proportions. Most of this type of waste ends up in the incinerator. Reuse is limited due to the contamination of the raw material. The paper presents a model that enables the conversion of waste into synthesis gas, which is a raw material for methanol production and production of other hydrocarbons, through the gasification system. This method allows endless re-use, with part of the raw material being converted into energy, carbon dioxide and water. The paper presents the design of the model and the impact of individual parameters on the efficiency of the process.