The possibility of transforming hydrocarbon waste produced by ships into a high quality, reusable product ( Recycled fuel) with numerous benefits, opens up new and important ways of reducing the environmental impact of fuel use. To achieve this, port authorities must cooperate with the port reception facilities, which are responsible for the collection of this type of waste and which, until now, had limited recovery capacity.
At Tradebe, we firmly believe that the problems of tomorrow can be solved today.
That is why, since 2015, we have been researching improvements in the transformation process of hydrocarbon waste fractions for their subsequent reuse as fuel.
We have achieved results that demonstrate that a circular process is achievable, turning fuel waste into a high-quality product with performance comparable to the original fuel, while also complying with the parameters required of any maritime fuel as laid down by the International Maritime Organization.
This research process has culminated in the development of technology (patent pending) through which TGF (Tradebe Green Fuel) is obtained: an innovative, high-quality marine fuel produced from mixtures of heterogeneous oil waste, reducing by 50% the energy consumption of traditional recovery processes, while contributing to the reduction of CO2 emissions in terms of exploitation of traditional fossil fuels.
The treatment proposed by Tradebe is a revolutionary alternative to traditional methods of recovery, solving the potential shortage of marine fuel production and reducing waste generation to a minimum.