Sebastian Fabisiak Looks to Raise $1,290,000 via Indiegogo for His Eco Fuel Production Project

The goal of this project is produce 2,500,000.00 liters of eco fuel per year from pyrolysis of waste plastic.


Poland, EU -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/30/2014 -- This is a unique opportunity for anyone to become a partner for the production of eco fuel. Anyone can buy a piece of their own installation. The idea and the team is worthy of interest.

The idea is industrial production of eco fuel from waste plastics. Originators already have the technology, licenses and concluded contracts for the sale of their products. The idea is great because like never before, fuel production will have a positive impact on the environment.

Installation will rework 2,500 tons of waste plastics per year to the 2,500,000 liters of eco fuel (660,502 gallons). Sebastian Fabisiak’s experience suggests that the installation will be extremely beneficial both in financial terms (annual income of about $1,260,000.00) and will have a very positive impact on the environment because the waste will not go to the dump.

Sebastian Fabisiak’s company FN CONSULTING works with leading technology company Syncrotec. They are a reputable and specialized engineering group. Their subjects of specialization are RES, power industry, waste management and environmental protection. They provide the best technology to convert waste plastics into liquid fuels. In addition, they also provide plasma solutions for the disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste.

Their installations can be equipped with modules that produce electricity and heat from a 1 MW.

The total cost of installation of converting 2,500 tons per year is $1,290,000 and this is the amount Sebastian would like to raise. If he manages to raise the minimum campaign goal of $300,000, they will build a smaller installation. The minimum amount needed to smaller industrial installation is exactly $300,000.

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About the Project
This project is about producing 2,500,000.00 liters of eco fuel per year from pyrolysis of waste plastic. Sebastian Fabisiak is looking to raise at least $300,000 for this project.