Renewable Crude OilThe most important output of the process. High quality crude equivalent synthetic liquid Hydrocarbon, which we call Renewable Crude Oil, or RCO. This high energy liquid hydrocarbon (Heating value; 9500 ) can be a drop-in product in many existing petrochemical applications and processes.
TCP Renewable Crude Oil is an excellent product to be used in place of fossil oil in many applications. It is an important product for petroleum refinery ensuring production of sustainably sourced products. For example RCO is an ideal feedstock for steam cracker units, thus enabling circularity of plastics at scale.
Renewable Natural Gas
Our patented TCP process also produces a hydrocarbon based gas that has a higher heating value than natural gas. The gas can be either transmitted after being compressed, or used on-site for power generation in a Combined Heat and Power unit (CHP).
An Alkaline-free gas with high heating value is produced by using TCP. Nitrogen and sulphur contents polluting all fuel gases can be removed efficiently due to low internal temperatures of TCP gases.
When TCP feedstock contains large amounts of household waste ( food stuff, etc…) , the Nitrogen, sulfur and phosphorus of the feedstock are being concentrated into a water based solution. This solution is a very good liquid fertilizer because it also contains organic forms of these elements.
The fertilizer, available to be used for plants are produced from completely natural raw materials without causing damage to the environment. After making necessary specifications these fertilizers can be sold through the agency of retail or fertilizer producers.
Biochar is the solid product our TCP process. Just like our liquid fertilizer, its composition is intimately linked to feedstock nature. It can have different uses , for example as agriculture booster , carbon black or cement kiln feedstock.
When added into the soil, biochar enables soil aeration and allow roots to move more easily through the soil. As advocated by various scientists (from various University Departments such as Prof. Rattan Lal, Ohio State University and James (Jim) Hansen from NASA) biochar can really help improving CO2 fixing. This increases agricultural production efficiency and soil quality as it also makes soil retain more water and fertilizers. Another considerable positive effect is it helps adjust the pH of soil.
Sophisticated incinerators that burn plastic and other municipal waste can produce enough heat and steam to turn turbine blades and generate electricity.