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ANZ Waste Plastic Management Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Formerly known as Unique Plastic Management & Research Co. Pvt. Ltd.

K-13 Butibori Industrial Estate, Wardha Road,


Butibori District, Nagpur 441 108, India.
+91 9867 361 562 | www.anz-india.com | sales@anz-india.com

Contents
1. The Company
2. Inventors
3. Technology & Process
Explaining the Process
Input and Output
Certified Observations and Conclusions from
Indian Oil Corporation (R&D Centre)
Features of the Process
Benefits over other Pyrolysis Plants
Commercial Deployment
4. The Catalyst
5. Business Propositions
6. Contact Us

The Company
ANZ is a domestic alternative fuel company involved in
high tech conversion of non biodegradable plastic into oil
using a proprietary technology. The invented process
involves degradation of waste plastic using catalytic
additive and is different from the generally existing
pyrolysis process.
ANZ Waste Plastic Management co. Pvt. Ltd. is based in
Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. It was originally founded as
Unique Plastic Waste Management co. Pvt. Ltd. in 2004
with the primary aim of commercializing the proprietary
technique of converting Plastic to Oil the very first
company in India to do so.
Over the years our technology has been validated by
external review including successful review carried out by
Hindustan Petroleum (HPCL) and Indian Oil Corporation
(IOC).
The company is in the business of commissioning turn-key
plastic to oil commercial plants for customers as well as
supplying the proprietary catalyst to existing plant owners
for improving the efficiency in converting plastic to oil.

The Inventors
The technology behind the proprietary ANZ Plastic to Oil
process was invented by Prof. Mrs. Alka Umesh
Zadgaonkar and Dr. Umesh Zadgaonkar. Mrs. Alka
Zadgaonkar is the Head of Department, Applied Chemistry
at the prestigious G. H. Raisoni College of Engineering.
Both the inventors are residents of Nagpur.
They are the pioneers of the Plastic to Oil revolution in
India and hold the key patents for the process of
converting plastic to oil both in India and in the
International markets.
The inventors have been honored on numerous occasion
by the various government authorities for the invaluable
contribution to the managing the growing problem of
Plastic waste. They have been felicitated by the Municipal
Corporations, State Government, Central Government as
well as the then-President of India, Dr. A P J Abdul Kalam.
The inventors are significant shareholders in ANZ and are
actively involved in the company.

Technology and the Process


Explaining the Process:
Both plastics and petroleum derived fuels are
hydrocarbons that contain the elements of carbon and
hydrogen. The difference between them is that plastic
molecules have longer carbon chains than those in LPG,
petrol, and diesel fuels. Therefore, it is possible to convert
waste plastic into fuels.
The process is a thermal selective splitting reaction of the
large molecular weight polymer carbon chains under an
oxygen free environment and produces small molecular
weight molecules.
In the commercial plant, the plastics are fed into a reactor
along with the catalyst and the mixture is heated to 375
degrees Celsius in the absence of air. This results in the
generation of petroleum products in a gaseous form. The
gaseous output is then passed through a condenser. The
liquid components of the output are collected in a liquid
collection chamber and the non-condensable gases are
collected in a gas collection chamber.

Process Illustration:

Input and Output


Input: Plastics.

What are Plastics?


Long Chain of molecules mainly composed of Carbon and
Hydrogen.
HDPE, LDPE, PP and PS account for 70% of the plastics
used in packaging. These are all useful inputs for the
process
Output: Petroleum Products
Output from 1 KG of Plastic
Product
Liquid Hydrocarbons
Coke
Gas

Quantity
600 gms to 800 gms
70 gms to 100 gms
Equivalent to produce net
2.25 units of electricity.

Output Yield Data


The major process parameters and product yields are
given in Table below. The evolved vapors are condensed to
collect gas and liquid products.
Feed
Catalyst
Temperature
Pressure
Batch cycle time
The product yields
Gas
Liquid hydrocarbons
Coke

Assorted waste plastic


0.1 wt% on feed
300-400 C
Atmospheric
3-4 hrs
Quantity (wt%)
10-20
60-80
7-10

Typical analysis of the gaseous product


Component Quantity (wt%)
Methane
6.6
Ethane+ethylene
10.6
Propane
7.4
Propylene
29.1
Iso-butane
1.9
n-Butane
0.9
C4 (unsaturated)
25.6
Iso C5-n-C5
0.1
C5+higher
15.3
Hydrogen
2.5
CO/CO2
< 400 ppm

NB: The gas analysis was done after removal of chlorine as


HCl Typical analysis of the liquid product is given in the
following table
Carbon number
Upto C10
C10 to C13
C13 to C16
C16 to C20
C20 to C23
C23 to C30

Quantity (wt%)
61.0
2.4
8.5
4.1
7.6
16.4

Certified Observations and Conclusions from Indian Oil


Corporation (R&D Centre)
Following are the major observations and conclusions from
the experiments by Indian Oil Corporation (R&D Centre)
All the types of plastic waste including PVC & PET are
converted into gases & liquid hydrocarbons.
The catalyst enhances the conversion of waste plastic in to
hydrocarbons thereby improving quality & quantity of
hydrocarbon gas and liquid products. Negligible
Conversion was observed in absence of invented catalytic
additives
Increase in the temperature and rate of heating increases
the gas yield.
Introduction of feed at higher temperature substantially
reduces the process cycle time.
Water from wet gas meter indicates presence of HCI in the
gaseous fraction.
Inorganic Chlorine is present in the gas and liquid
products.

Features of our Process


The process is 100% Eco Friendly.
This process is not only a solution to the waste plastic
problem but can change global economic scenario by
saving millions of dollars in import of crude oil.
This is a unique process through which 100% waste is
converted into value added products.
Percentage composition of output can be altered by
changing/adjusting reaction conditions.
Liquid fuel obtained from first stage can be directly
utilized for D. G. Sets
Sulphur content in the fuel generated is less than
0.002%
No emissions in the atmosphere
No liquid affluent

Benefits over other Pyrolysis Plants


Significantly higher output of useful hydrocarbons
No generation of wax by-products avoiding need to
dispose hazardous materials.
No generation of polluting gases our plants very easily
satisfy all the pollution norms for safe operation.

Commercial Deployment
We have deployed several commercial plants in our
Nagpur premises capable of processing various capacities
such as 2 TPD (Tons per day) and 5 TPD.
Nagpur Premises:

Commercial Plant Photos

The Catalyst

The catalyst used by ANZ waste management ANZ


Catalyst -- is a proprietary catalyst used in the process of
de-polymerization of plastic waste which results in useful
hydrocarbons (fuels).
The ANZ Catalyst boosts the efficiency of the process and
results in several benefits such as
Significantly higher output of useful liquid
hydrocarbons (bio-diesel).
no pollution
insignificant wax output
lower reaction temperature
lower reaction time
The benefits offered by the ANZ catalyst and our expertise
in the process of conversion plastic to oil supported by
our patents over the process allow us to offer the most
efficient and reliable process in the world. Our process
offers significantly higher output in a reliable manner than
all other pyrolysis plants being offered in the market.

Business Propositions
For all the parties that are interested in our technology we
have several different business propositions each of which
can be tailored to your exact requirements in terms of capital
expenditure, amount of waste output to be processed,
location & automation.
1. Turn-Key solutions for Plant Manufacture and Setup
For new customers we can manufacture the plant at our
Nagpur premises and have it shipped and installed in your
premises at any location in the world.
We will provide all the necessary training to your workers
for the most optimum working of your plant. In addition to
this, we will provide continuous support and maintenance
for your operations. We will also ensure the timely supply
of the catalyst required for continuous operations.
We can commission a plant in various capacities as your
requirement demands. Please contact the sales team with
your requirements and we will revert to you with all the
necessary details such as initial expenditure, projected
output, projected revenue and detailed cost-analysis.

2. Catalyst Supply to existing pyrolysis plant owners


For existing pyrolysis plant owners we can offer several of
the benefits of our process and technology in a very simple
and effective solution the ANZ Catalyst.
We have such a setup with several existing pyrolysis plant
owners they have all demonstrated significantly higher
output (50% percent more liquid hydrocarbons), less wax
output and no polluting gases produced.
In addition to all these benefits, our pricing ensures that
the additional output produced will lead to much greater
profits after factoring the cost of the catalyst.
Existing Pyrolysis plant owners can please contact the
Sales team and we shall promptly setup a demo at your
pyrolysis plant so that you can ascertain all the facts
yourself and verify all our claims.

Contact Us
Mr. Pankit Mehta
+91 9867361562 | pankit@anz-india.com
Mr. Umesh Zadgaonkar
+91 9370120111 | umeshz@yahoo.com
Mr. Mahesh Tolani
+91 9823075888
Mr. Karan Mehta
+91 9819720970 | karan@anz-india.com
Nagpur Office:
K-13 Butibori Industrial Estate, Wardha Road,
Butibori District, Nagpur 441 108, India.
Mumbai Office:
10-A/2 New Sion CHS, Opp. SIES College, Sion West,
Mumbai 400022, India.
Sales
: sales@anz-india.com
Queries : info@anz-india.com
Website : www.anz-india.com