About the company

Type
Startup or self-employed

Members type
innovator

Headquarters
Earl Howe Rd, Holmer Green, High Wycombe HP15 6QT, UK

Company size
3

Founders
John Taylor & Glenn Halliday

Founded
2018

SDG's

  • Affordable and clean energy

  • Industry, innovation and infrastructure

  • Responsible consumption and production


Social

Website
https://www.lowsulphco.com

Alliance member

Low Sulphur Fuels Ltd.


Cleaner fuels for a cleaner planet

Low Sulphur Fuels Ltd have developed the Fast Electro Pyrolysis (FEP) process as a low emission, energy recovery process that provides radical alternatives by efficiently creating new fuels from 'end of life' materials. The FEP process can accept a wide range of hydrocarbon materials in the form of liquids, solids or gases and its purpose is to recover the hydrocarbon energy content in the form of a clean liquid, solid or gas, energy fuel. It does this by changing the molecular structure of the materials to break down and neutralise hazardous compounds. This enables us to use a significant volume of waste materials that would otherwise be consigned to damaging incineration, chemical treatment or landfill. Licensing Low Sulphur Fuels Ltd process technology can add real value to low value waste streams or problem materials, providing significant financial returns whilst also reducing CO2 emissions and benefitting the environment.

Offer

Low Sulphur Fuels

Description
LSF has developed a conversion technology that can produce low sulphur, low NOx fuels from ‘end of life’ hydrocarbons.

Low Sulphur Fuels Ltd have developed a unique conversion technology that can produce low sulphur, low NOx fuels from ‘end of life’ hydrocarbon materials such as oils, rubber and plastics. The technology uses advanced electrochemistry to alter the molecular structure of the feedstocks so that contaminants such as sulphur, chlorine, nitrogen are extracted. The Fast Electro-Pyrolosis (FEP) process is a low emission, energy recovery process that provides radical alternatives by efficiently creating new energy fuels from 'end of life' material. The FEP process can accept a wide range of hydrocarbon materials in the form of liquids, solids or gases and its purpose is to recover the hydrocarbon energy content in the form of a clean liquid, solid or gas, energy fuel. It does this by changing the molecular structure of the materials to break down and neutralise hazardous compounds - see diagram below. This enables us to use a significant volume of waste materials that would otherwise be consigned to damaging incineration, chemical treatment or landfill.

Available in
Northern America, Northern Europe,

Categories of application
Affordable and clean energy, Industry, innovation and infrastructure, Responsible consumption and production

Sector of application
Renewable fuels, Energy from waste, Clean energy production, Industrial processes, Circular economy of solid wastes

Status
R&D