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Ventana’s technology enables conversion of landfill bound waste plastics to commodity petroleum fuels.

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Ventana’s fully continuous pilot plant for conversion of waste plastics to petroleum fuels. The production plants are modularly designed to allow a “copy exact” expansion strategy to scale rapidly.

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Ventana's technology generates drop-in replacement gasoline & diesel blend stock fuels.

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Technology deploys standard scrubbers at process vent to ensure compliance to stringent emission norms. Production plants based on technology are expected to require a simple Air Discharge Permit associated with a non-major source.


Ventana’s patent-pending technology converts mixed waste plastics from consumer, industrial and agricultural waste streams to hydrocarbon fuels that have several applications. The technology helps waste management companies generate substantial cash flows from end-of-life waste plastics while also providing a next life solution to the problem of post-consumer plastics.

Ventana has, through four generations of successive development, optimized the process design to achieve 5.8 to 6.4 barrels of liquid fuels per ton of waste plastic. The system achieves upto 95% conversion of waste plastics to liquid fuels and (LPG-like) offgas.


Ventana's technology deploys company's patent-pending self-cleaning process for continuous and automated removal of carbon char from the pyrolysis vessels. Our design engineering is a disruptive improvement to prior batch-mode variants and it enables us to develop systems that have lower capEx (reduced size of plant machinery), lower opEx (reduced number of personnel) and smaller footprint.

Aside, Ventana's technology deploys a multi stage process and proprietary controls to effect a direct conversion of waste plastics to distillate grade fuels. Compared to synthetic-crude generated by competing technologies, fuels generated from Ventana's process are lighter (C5 – C24 ), have low viscosity (2.7 -3.5 cst) and high GCV (18,900 – 20,340 BTU/lb). The fuels require no further refining and have ready market acceptance as drop-in substitute for industrial diesel for use in boilers and furnaces.

Process Type :
Continuous (non batch) process
Yield :
6.0 barrels / ton
Upto 95% conversion to liquid fuels and LPG like gases
Fuel Quality :
Direct generation of diesel and gasoline blendstocks (not synCrude)
Scalability :
Decentralised plants. Area requirement ~1.5 acres
Product Flexibility
Ability to generate diesel / gasoline blendstocks, waxes, grease base stock