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Moinuddin Sarker, PhD, MCIC, FICER, MInstP, MRSC.

Moinuddin Sarker, PhD, MCIC, FICER, MInstP, MRSC.
Waste Technologies LLC · Research & Develpoment

PhD, MCIC, FICER, MInstP. MRSC, FARSS.

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Introduction
Dr. Sarker, the President, CEO and CTO of Waste Technologies, LLC (WTL) since 2013, is the sole owner of the company. He received his PhD. in Chemistry from the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), Manchester, UK. He also has a Masters and a Bachelors degree, both in Chemistry, from the University of Chittagong, Bangladesh.
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March 2005 - January 2016
Natural State Research, Inc.
Natural State Research, Inc.
Position
  • Waste to Energy (Waste Plastics to Fuel Technology)
Description
  • Natural State Research, Inc. (NSR) has developed an innovative and unique technology for producing alternative hydrocarbon liquid fuel from almost all types of solid waste plastics materials. The technology is environmentally friendly.
December 1991 - July 1996
The University of Manchester
Position
  • Post Graduate Student
Education
January 1992 - July 1996
UMIST, Manchester, UK
Field of study
  • Chemistry
January 1991 - January 1992
UMIST, Manchester, UK
Field of study
  • Chemistry

Publications

Publications (130)
Technical Report
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Waste Plastic to Fuel-2018
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Waste HD-PE plastic deformation into liquid hydrocarbons as a fuel by a pyrolysis-catalytic process along with a CuCO3 catalyst, at the temperature range from 23 °C to 390 °C. The Pyrolysis-catalytic deformation process helps environmental-purification. The collected liquid hydrocarbons as a fuel were analyzed by FT-IR, NMR, TGA, 2D-GCxGC/TOFMS, IC...
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European Center of Sustainable Development in collaboration with CIT University will organize the 5th ICSD 2017 Rome, Italy in the days:Wednesday 6 to Thursday 7 September,2017The Conference theme is: ”Creating a unified foundation for the Sustainable Development: research, practice and education”. Read more: http://www.ecsdev.org/index.php/confere...
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Waste plastics were converted into valuable liquid hydrocarbon fuel. it is can be used as different purpose of energy-source such as petrol engines, diesel engines, generators, vehicles and its good source of chemicals etc. Plastics have many properties like light weight, high durability so its demand increases in every sector. Pyrolysis of the was...
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Biogas technology is one of the prevalent alternative ways to mitigate energy crisis in Bangladesh. This approach of renewable energy is becoming popular to the rural population due to its economic viability and environmental attractiveness. The aim of this review paper is to illustrate the current status of domestic biogas plants in Bangladesh. Th...
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Biogas technology is one of the prevalent alternative ways to mitigate energy crisis in Bangladesh. This approach of renewable energy is becoming popular to the rural population due to its economic viability and environmental attractiveness. The aim of this review paper is to illustrate the current status of domestic biogas plants in Bangladesh. Th...
Conference Paper
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Waste Plastic to Fuel Technology.
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Energy is one of the indispensable inputs for the survival of human being in the earth. Bangladesh has the very inadequate amount of indigenous non-renewable energy resources even which is being diminished rapidly to increase the electricity generation. Although the installed electricity generation capacity has been increased to 10,709 MW, still th...
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Energy is one of the indispensable inputs for the survival of human being in the earth. Bangladesh has the very inadequate amount of indigenous non-renewable energy resources even which is being diminishing rapidly to increase the electricity generation. Although the installed electricity generation capacity has been increased to 10907 MW, still th...
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The method produces a hydrocarbonaceous fluid (a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons, or in other words a mixture of hydrocarbons which is liquid at ambient room temperature and atmospheric pressure), which functionally is a liquid hydrocarbon fuel, from a feed of waste plastic. The method can comprise the steps of: (step 1) melting a feed of substantia...
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Worldwide PP waste plastic is generating almost 14% from total waste plastics generation. Plastic usage percentage is increasing rapidly. After usage plastic become waste plastic and through into land fill. Polypropylene (PP) waste plastic to heavy fuel oil production thermal degradation process was study without catalyst. Thermal degradation tempe...
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Energy is one of the indispensable inputs for the survival of human being in the earth. Bangladesh has the very inadequate amount of indigenous non-renewable energy resources even which is being diminished rapidly to increase the electricity generation. Although the installed electricity generation capacity has been increased to 10,709 MW, still th...
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http://america.aljazeera.com/articles/2014/11/11/the-afterlife-ofplastic.html
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Motor vehicle used tire and municipality high density polyethylene mixture converted into fuel energy using thermal degradation process in laboratory batch scale process. Thermal degradation temperature range was 225 ºC to 405 ºC. In this process glass reactor was use and initial raw materials ratio was 2:1 by weight. High density polyethylene was...
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A waste plastic is a big problem all over the World. Waste plastic can remain landfill long time because is not biodegradable within short time. Plastic made by crude oil and in this experiment our goal is dirty waste plastic to crude oil production by using thermal degradation process. Dirty waste plastic mixture was LDPE, HDPE, PP, PS, tire, rubb...
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Introduction The disposal of waste plastics is an important environmental prob-lem in developed countries. Most of these materials consist of sev-eral polymer types, which cannot be easily converted to hydrocar-bons or any useful materials under normal conditions. Copyrolysis of coals with polymers is an attractive method to obtain valuable liquid...
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Motor vehicle used tire and polystyrene waste plastic mixture into fuel recovery using thermal degradation process in laboratory batch process. Motor vehicle used tire and polystyrene waste plastic was use 75 gm by weight. Motor vehicle tire was 25 gm and polystyrene waste plastic was 50 gm. In presence of oxygen experiment was performed under labo...
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Construction waste plastic and house hold waste plastics mixture to crude oil production process was laboratory scale batch process. For experiment purpose sample were use 50% construction waste plastic and 50% house hold plastic. Construction plastic was rubber types and house hold mixture waste plastics were combination of LDPE, HDPE, PP and PS....
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Starting of Plastics invention has many uses and application. If we study the background of plastics we noticed it's generated from crude oil. All over the world plastics have become more popular goods in many aspects of house hold supplies such as food, milk, juice and detergent container etc. In developed and in undeveloped countries plastics are...
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Plastics wastes from a municipal solid waste (MSW) plant have a high-energy content and are suitable for fuel genera-tion. Thermal cracking is one of the possible ways to obtain petrochemical feedstock from polymer wastes. Municipal waste plastic of LDPE conversion to kerosene grade fuel experiments were carried out under atmospheric conditions at...
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Black color non coded food container hard shape waste plastic to fuel product was perform into laboratory scale in the batch process at temperature 400 ºC. Food container waste plastic to fuel product process was two step processes. First step process was muffle furnace process was plastic liquefaction and 2 nd step process was condensation process...
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Polypropylene (PP) and Polystyrene (PS) waste plastics mixture to fuel oil production process was performed laboratory batch scale. Under laboratory fume hood batch process was closed system and sample ration was 50:50 by weight. Two step process was applied in this experiment such as 1 st step process was PP and PS to heating fuel production and a...
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Waste plastics mixture (low density polyethylene, high density polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene) to fuel recover with 20% Zinc Oxide catalyst experiment was performed into laboratory batch scale. Waste plastics mixture was use for experiment 1000 gm (1kg) and catalyst was use 200 gm as a 20%. Waste plastics mixture was randomly and un-p...
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Low density polyethylene (LDPE) waste plastic was transformed into heavy fuel by using fractional distillation column p rocess with liquefaction process. For experimental purpose two types of temperature profiles were used one for LDPE waste plastic liquefaction temperature and another one for fractional distillat ion column temperature. In this ex...
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The demand for fossil fuel is at an all t ime h igh worldwide. Annually ~30 billion barrels of petroleu m is being consumed worldwide. In this busy society, transportation is vital and, for transportation, petroleum is an obligation. All the major forms of business, agricultural, exports and imports depend on transportation. Transportation requires...
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Aviation fuel is in great demand globally. The increased demand and high price for energy sources are driving efforts to convert natural non-renewable organic compounds into useful hydrocarbon fuel materials such as in form of aviation fuel. Alternate sources to these non-renewable hydrocarbon fuels are important and necessary. Much of these altern...
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Liquid fuel i.e. hydrocarbon fuel obtained from four different types of waste plastics low and high density polyethylene (LDPE and HDPE), polypropylene (PP) and polystyrene (PS) were carried out in a reactor stainless steel system. Each of the plastics has different chemical and physical properties so the experiments were carried out individually f...
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The thermal degradation process is being applied on low density polyethylene (LDPE) in a glass fiber reactor. With the presence of catalyst HZSM -5 it is capable of producing liquid hydrocarbon fuel. The polymer that has been selected for the experiment is 100% LDPE by weight. The temperature used for degradation of the plastic starts from (300-400...
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Waste plastics are major problem for environment all over the World. It's creating gas emission into the environment because waste plastic are non-biodegradable. Waste plastics can remain long period of time in the landfill. The thermal degradation process applied with none coded waste plastics with muffle furnace and reactor without using catalyst...
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High density polyethylene (HDPE) and polyethylene terephthalate (PETE) mixture to fuel production process was performed with Ferric Oxide (Fe 2 O 3) and activated carbon. HDPE waste plastic was use 75 gm, PETE was use 25 gm, activated carbon was use 5 gm as a 5% and Ferric Oxide was use 2 gm as a 1%. PETE and HDPE waste plastics mixture to fuel pro...
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Thermal degradation of polypropylene (PP) waste plastic is batched process studied for the purpose of converting waste PP into liquid hydrocarbon fuel and useful chemicals. The stainless steel reactor is used for conversion to fuel; this reactor chamber has a diameter of 6 inches, height of 18 inches and a temperature input capacity of 500°C. The t...
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Electrical product usages are increase every day all over the world. Electrical component has plastic part and after use all electrical product through as garbage and creating environmental problem. Some percentage of e-waste plastic can recycle and rest of percentage keep as a land fill. E-waste to oil production process performs with sodium hy-dr...
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The oil consumption in the Un ited States and Canada is much higher per cap ita co mpared to rest of the world. Even though only 37.1 % of o il is used as a supply source for all the major demand sectors like, industrial t ransportation, residential and electric power, it is a limited natural resource that cannot be replaced. Many alternative sourc...
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Transportation fuels derived from imported fossil fuels are subjected to the price fluctuations of the global marketplace, and constitute a major expense in the operation of a vehicle. Emissions from the evaporation and combustion of these fuels contribute to a range of environmental and health problems, causing poor air quality and emitting greenh...
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Waste plastics mixture and waste tire mixture to liquid fuel was recovery using ferric carbonate catalyst at temperature range 250 430 ºC. Raw materials were low density polyethylene, high density polyethylene, polypropylene, polystyrene and waste tire. In batch process experiment was conducted under laboratory fume hood with vacuum system. 50% was...
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Mixture of waste plastics (low density polyethylene, high density polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene) and ferric carbonate was use 5%, 10%, and 20% for fuel production liquefaction process. In the batch process experiment was perform under laboratory fume hood in atmospheric pressure without vacuum system. Each experiment initial sample wa...
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Electronic waste plastic problem are increasing day by day all over the world. One year 50 million tons of e-waste produce all over the world. Only 15-20% of e-waste is recycled, the rest of these electronics go directly into landfills and incinerators. Electronic waste plastic conversion into fuel experiment was performed with 10 % Zinc Oxide cata...
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Polypropylene and polystyrene waste plastics mixture to diesel grade fuel production process was performed in to laboratory scale. Experimental main goal was diesel fuel collection by using fractional distillation process. Experimental temperature was use up to 400 ºC and fractional distillation purposed temperature was used 285 ºC. Under laborator...
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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 of fuel, residents and businesses in the United States pay a significant price for their utilities, if not higher than...
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Diesel grade fuel or 4 th fractional fuel generated from high density polyethylene waste plastic by using fractional distillation column process. Stainless steel reactor was used for HDPE waste plastic liquefaction process and temperature range was use for liquefaction at 120-430 ºC and fractional distillation column temperature was 260-290 ºC. The...
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Plastics in general have many advantages and disadvantages. Due to plastics lightweight and durability its practice is very efficient in all sectors of the world. Plastics are initially produced from petroleum which derives from crude oil. However, once plastics are discarded after use, they end up in land and ocean creating many sorts of environme...
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Thermal degradation process was applied with municipal waste plastic mixture of polystyrene and low density polyethylene at temperature range was 50-420 ºC without adding any kind of catalyst. The polymer has been selected for the experiment 50% polystyrene and 50% low density polyethylene by weight. Obtain fuel density is 0.79 g/ml. Various techni...
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The demand of fuel continues to increase throughout the world. Over 81 million barrels of liquid fuel are consumed everyday worldwide for transportation vehicle; excluding the amount needed to produce plastics for daily use. Most of the transportation fuel is produced from crude oil, and this non renewable resource is declining day by day. With thi...
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The increased demand and high price for energy sources are driving efforts to convert organic compounds into useful hydrocarbon fuels. Although much of this work has focused on biomass, there are strong benefits to deriving fuels from waste plastic material. Natural State Research Inc. (NSR) has invented a simple and economically viable process to...
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Polyethylene terephthalate (PETE) consists of polymerized repeating units of ethylene terephthalate (C 10 H 8 O 4) monomer. PETE is a recyclable plastic with identification code "1". World-wide PETE-1 is used as a synthetic fiber, polyester, packaging materials, containers of soft drinks and etc. The molecular weight of PETE-1 is 192 gm/mole and ou...
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Plastics are not easily biodegradable; and because of these characteristics they can remain under landfill and water for a very long period of time. All over the world only 6% of waste plastics are recycled and the rest of all waste plastics are dumped into landfills. An experiment was conducted in a laboratory scale batch process under Labconco's...
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Plastics use is increasing day by day everywhere. After use all plastics become waste, it creates hazardous environmental problem. Waste plastics are non-bio-degradable and remain in landfill for a long period of time. These waste plastics also end up in the water body which damages the earth's ecosystems. Waste plastics such as polypropylene (PP)...
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Waste plastics found in our landfill are renewable energy sources that are capable of producing energy. After plastics are used and discarded, they become a problem for the environment and ecosystem they are very troublesome to get rid off. Waste plastics are non-biodegradable so, they occupy landfill for a long period of time. When waste plastic c...
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Disposal of waste plastic is a serious concern in USA. Waste plastic generated from different cities and towns is a part of municipal solid waste. It is a matter of concern that disposal of waste plastic is causing many problems such as leaching impact on land and ground water, choking of drains, making land infertile, indiscriminate burning causes...
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In this current society, petroleum is a big factor to meet the world's energy demand. According to statistics, the consumption of petroleum is much higher than its production rate. Furthermore, countries around the world spend large amounts of money each year to import fossil fuel, which can cause major deflation in a countries economy. Many altern...
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Experimental process was conducted of single types of waste plastic by thermal cracking at temperature range was 120-420 ºC in a batch process steel reactor. Thermal cracking and fractional distillation process was conducted with single types of HDPE waste plastic to jet grade fuel production. The principal process products, gaseous and liquid hydr...
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High density polyethylene (HDPE) waste plastic was investigated into a lab scale and produced light hydrocarbon fuel by using fractional column distillation. Two step process applied with this experiment 1 st step process produced short to long chain hydrocarbon and 2 nd step process produced only light hydrocarbon fuel without using any kind of ca...
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Plastics are made by combination of small based molecules to form monomers. The monomers are then joined together by chemical polymerization mechanism to form polymers also known as plastics. These plastics contain various elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine and sulfur. The use of plastics is vastly expanded and it is bein...
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Energy is needed in every sector, due to the high demand for energy in the World today, crude oil; one of the largest sources is being heavily relied on. To fulfill the energy demand, crude oil production is increasing every year. According to World crude oil demand and supply source nearly 26.28 billion barrels of crude oil is produced each year w...