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The Carbon-Negative System Converts Plastic into Fuel

By: Michael Hines - Published: • References: blest.co.jp & ecofriend
People are now one step closer to being able to refine their own gas from home thanks to the Carbon-Negative System. The Carbon-Negative System is a machine developed by the Blest Corporation that converts plastic into crude petroleum.

The Carbon-Negative System produces one quart of oil for every two pounds of plastic. The system is currently being sold for a whopping $10,000, but prices should dip down if the demand for the system ever increases. I for one would love to be able to make my own generator fuel. Who's with me? Stats for At-Home Oil Refineries Trending: Older & Chilly
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