TALLINN - The Estonian state-owned energy group Eesti Energia will start work with the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) to process plastic waste into liquid fuels in the company's oil plants together with oil shale and thereby contribute to solving the environmental problems in Estonia and the neighboring countries.
Eesti Energia and TalTech are aiming to find a solution for using plastic waste in industrial volumes in oil production and for converting unusable residues into valuable liquid fuel.
Margus Vals, board member of Eesti Energia,...
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