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The modern plasmalysis process from 1to7plastastic GmbH

The core element of our technology is the new, patented suspension plasmalysis process, in which an aqueous waste suspension is converted into a synthesis gas using hydrogen plasma. This syngas is particularly suitable for the synthesis of alcohol fuels.

The features of the 1to7plastic


Plasmalysis are:

  • compact system design

  • integrated gas scrubbing

  • optimized water, energy and H2 management

  • integrated alcohol synthesis

  • Integrated H2 electrolysis  

Take climate protection into
your own hands

The applied usage scenarios determines

the reduction of your carbon footprint

Usage Scenario 1:

Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions through self-use of the fuel.

  • Use of mainly regenerative sources

  • Energy storage in the alcohol fuel tank

  • Can be stored for many years

  • Heat or drive as needed

Sustainability and climate protection through circular economy.

Ethanol fuel contains carbon atoms which, after being used as a fuel, turn back into the greenhouse gas CO2. The extent of the climate-positive effect is in your hands and with your behavior as a user of our systems you determine your CO2 footprint. 

With the 1to7-plastastic systems you can actively control your own CO2 footprint with the following 3 scenarios.

Usage Scenario 1:

Household waste, ie plastic waste, cardboard and paper as well as organic waste, is treated with electricity from regenerative sources (e.g. with our own solar power)  

converted into synthetic alcohol. 

In this scenario, the synthetic alcohol is used by yourself, for example for heating or driving a car. 

Compared to current practice, you reduce your personal CO2 footprint in this scenario because:


  • The volume of household waste to be transported is significantly reduced by separating it into ash/slag and fuel. There are therefore fewer greenhouse gas emissions during waste collection.

  • At the same time, greenhouse gas emissions are reduced by the proportion of biogenic residues in the waste, since these only contain carbon that was previously removed from the atmosphere as CO2 through photosynthesis.

  • The fuel produced
    displaces fuel from fossil sources, thereby eliminating the need to extract additional "fossil" carbon, which also represents a significant reduction in their greenhouse gases.

Usage Scenario 2:

Household waste, ie plastic waste from exclusively sustainable production, cardboard and paper as well as organic waste are converted into synthetic alcohol with electricity from exclusively regenerative sources (e.g. with our own solar power).

In contrast to scenario 1, the synthesized alcohol is not used as a fuel and is instead sold to the chemical industry as a raw material to synthesize new regenerative plastics. The market price for the chemical raw material methanol is currently around 500 EUR/ton and for ethanol is around 654 EUR/ton. If these sustainably produced plastics are used responsibly, for example in long-lasting applications in construction, negative greenhouse gas emissions are achieved.


--> As a user of a 1to7plastic system, you determine the extent of your own greenhouse gas balance with your own behavior. 

Use scenario 2: climate-neutral "practice compromise":

Only just enough of the alcohol produced is sold to the chemical industry to offset the emission of CO2 with C from non-fossil sources, for example during the manufacture of the 1to7plastastic plant.

Energy storage with 1to7plastasic

Conversion of packaging and organic waste into valuable, regenerative fuel.

Regenerative ethanol fuel for heating or driving.

The energy contained in the waste and regenerative electricity separate water into H2 and O2. 

With regenerative ethanol fuel from their plastastic1to7 system, they heat in winter with the sun of summer.

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