Natural State Research (NSR), a research and development company located in Newyork, USA, has the solution at our disposal. As the world population increases, major oil producing nations are seeing exponential growth in their own domestic oil consumption, offsetting their oil exports. At the same time as a world society we are creating more waste product each day.
NSR has developed a unique technology (patent pending) to dispose of any type of plastic waste by converting it into a liquid fuel. The technology is environmentally friendly and practically self sufficient. This process can produce approximately one liter of NSR fuel from one kilogram of plastic waste. The exact yield depends on the type of plastic, and the grade of NSR fuel desired. Typically, the process produces a residue of about 5% of the weight of the plastic waste. This residue is rich in carbon and can be used as a replacement for coal with a higher BTU value. The NSR technology is able to cater to a wide range of diverse applications. Including but not limited to fuel, gas and electrical generation. NSR literally has the solution with your disposal.
Dr. Moinuddin Sarker heads a team of professional scientists at NSR and holds the following degrees. Dr. Sarker also heads a humanitarian effort in Bangladesh, The Moinuddin Foundation which helps provide essentials for the poor and underprivileged.
The following is the list of scholars from Natural State Research who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences