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Month: October 2021

HRH Princess Chulabhorn awards top Thai Chemistry Prizes

HRH Princess Chulabhorn commemorated Thailand’s top achievements in chemistry in 2012 when she handed out awards and opened the Pure and Applied Chemistry International Conference. Her Highness, who holds a doctorate in chemistry from Kasetsart University and was the first Asian honorary member of Britain’s Royal Society of Chemistry, opened the PACCON show at the …

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Plastic Waste Reverse Engineered Into Clean Fuel

A Griffith University researcher is hoping to revolutionise how plastic is recycled by converting it into fuel that is cleaner and more energy-efficient than petrol or diesel. PhD student Songpol Boonsawat has developed a waste disposal system that turns household plastic waste, contaminated plastic waste and targeted plastic waste into fuel. “This work could revolutionise …

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Plastic waste reverse engineered into clean fuel

A Griffith University researcher is hoping to revolutionise the way plastic is recycled by converting it into fuel that is cleaner and more energy efficient than petrol or diesel. PhD student Songpol Boonsawat has developed a waste disposal system that turns household plastic waste, contaminated plastic waste and targeted plastic waste into fuel. “This work …

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Australian Councils Could Make $21 Million A Year Converting Plastic Waste Into Fuel

PhD student Songpol Boonsawat has developed a waste disposal system that turns household plastic waste, contaminated plastic waste and targeted plastic waste into fuel. If implemented across homes and councils across Australia, it could result in an 80 per cent reduction of plastic waste in landfill. Songpol says there is huge potential for some councils …

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New technology to revolutionise recycling in Clarence Valley

THE FUTURE is in Grafton with new technology revolutionising the way plastics are recycled. A PhD researcher, a mechanical engineer and an IT professional have come together to build a system that converts plastic into oils that are a cleaner and more efficient fuel than petrol and diesel. PhD researcher Songpol Boonsawat, whose expertise is …

New technology to revolutionise recycling in Clarence Valley

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