New alternative energy from solid waste plastics

@article{Sarker2009NewAE,
  title={New alternative energy from solid waste plastics},
  author={Moinuddin Sarker and Asm Din Mohammed and Mohammad Mamunor Rashid and Nicholas Schiralli and A. M. Zaman and Aminul Kabir and Sadikur Rahman and K. M. Ehasanul Islam and Mohammad Syed Ali Molla},
  journal={2009 1st International Conference on the Developements in Renewable Energy Technology (ICDRET)},
  year={2009},
  pages={1-4}
}
Generation of electrical energy from imported fossil fuels is subject to the price fluctuations of the global marketplace and, thus, constitutes a major expense in its distribution to the end users. Even with the current low prices for fuel, residents and businesses in the United States pay a significant price for their utilities, if not higher than many other countries in the world. Emissions from the evaporation and combustion of these traditional fossil fuels contribute to a range of… CONTINUE READING

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