By turning plastics back into oil, we provide a solution that 1. helps minimize use of our resources that 2. benefits the economy and 3. benefits the health of marine life and coastlines. According to the Ellen McArthur Foundation, plastic consumption is expected to reach over 600 million tons by 2050. Even if we stop producing it today, there is roughly 9.1 billion tons of plastic on this planet somewhere, enough to keep us in business for the next 20 years. The products we produce from plastics have a myriad of applications, from replacing bunker fuel (the dirtiest fuel on the market) at a competitive price, to making paraffin and lubricants, to being used in asphalt. The system is anaerobic, so no harmful emissions are released and burns clean.