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C Andrews, Juice from junk, Create, October 2018, p 45

In Australia, the problem of waste accumulation, augmented by the refusal of China to accept further recyclable plastics, would probably be addressed by the adoption of the European E.On system as in Sweden. The basic technologies are the current gasification and pyrolysis, but the novel application is to locate these process units next to the waste-accumulation sites, from which supplies of syngas and liquid transport fuel can be generated. 

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