Introducing Wastebot, A New Technology to Clean Our Planet

Earth Faces Twin Environmental Emergencies: Climate Change and Plastic Pollution

And the Common Cause… Fossil Fuels

38 Billion tons on CO2 are pumped into the atmosphere each year from fossil fuels.

FACT: 7 Billion barrels of oil are consumed in the U.S. alone each year.

FACT: 18 billion pounds of plastic garbage reaches the ocean each year.

FACT: 500- 1,000 years is the life expectancy of single use plastic.

FACT: 40 years since a new refinery was built in America, meaning what we have is old, dirty and outdated. Why are we still using fossil fuels?

Discover A Bold New Approach That Addresses Climate, Pollution & Clean Energy!

Recycle disposable plastic using carbon chemistry

What if we could suck carbon from the atmosphere and use it as a catalyst to break plastic down at a molecular level, transforming it into clean fuel?

Well, we can. The technology is called Wastebot. It uses carbon chemistry and solar power to recycle plastic cleanly back into usable heating gas and diesel oil.

Now we can safely dispose of plastic without clogging up our land fills and polluting our oceans for the next thousand years.

Energy and fuels produced by Wastebot also reduce and offset our need for fossil fuels, meaning less drilling, fracking and pit mining.

Together We Will Clean the Planet

For the first time since the birth of plastic, we the average individual consumers and producers of trash, now have a way to destroy plastic so we can erase the mistakes of the last 50 years and leave the planet pristine once more. The power is in our hands!

Distributed Fuels: Breaking the Oil Refining Monopoly

Wastebot is a chemistry set for fuels. Distributed waste refining allows individuals to create clean fuels at home using most types of garbage as the input instead of fossil fuels.

Thus we can use the carbon from yard waste to transform plastic from household waste into fuel and keep it all out of the land fill. It’s surprisingly simple and elegant, like nature intended it.

“Marty, We’ve Got to Go… Back to the Future”