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Blest Recycles Plastic Waste Back into Oil - Video Report

Tokyo, July 31, 2007 (JCN) - Plastics are commonly made from fossil fuels, a usually irreversible process, but Blest has developed a machine which recycles plastic waste back into oil.

The Blester is a batch type oil machine which can recycle polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE) and polystyrene (PS). Recycling plastics can lead to an 87% reduction of carbon dioxide.

There are two types: the Blester L and the Blester S. The latter is mainly used in schools to recycle the plastic waste accumulated at lunchtimes. It is a functional educational tool for adults and children alike since it is effective in reducing waste plus it instills in people the importance of conserving the earth's resources.

The oil produced is used as an alternative fuel for alcohol lamps, boilers and power generators.

View the Video Report, http://movie.diginfo.tv/2007/07/18/07-0117-gm.php

By Diginfo TV Video Reporter

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