Bio Fuel from waste

Making Bio Fuel from waste is one of the difficult and most desired processes in the waste industry.

SophSys, together with its partner Waste4Me, has started the development process for extracting sulfur and chlorines from pyrolysis oils to enable large oil factories to accept the purified oil as a second feed-in for their fuel production process.

The development project is focused on extracting the unwanted sulfur and chlorines from pyrolysis oil, removing water, nitrogen’s and oxygen from the oil and filtering out the particle sediments from the oil.

SophSys is the project leader and main developer.
Waste4Me is the project partner for the initial pyrolysis technology for producing the base pyrolysis oils.

This project is co-funded/partly subsidized by the European Regional Development Fund (Europees Fonds voor Regionale Ontwikkeling EFRO) under Covid-19 support for SME’s and with support of and the Dutch Northern Regional Development group SNN.

Want to know more? Contact SophSys via the contact page.

Sharing knowledge

Pryazovskyi State Technical University is one of the leading universities in Ukraine on engineering.
As a guest lecturer, the COO of SophSys, Mr Martijn Beerthuizen, teaches to both Bachelor’s and Masters students of topics such as fuel, engine modification and prototype development.

SophSys believes in the value of sharing knowledge with the students to prepare them for the outside world. As a hands-on teacher, Mr Beerthuizen lectures either via video link or in person at the university.
Lessons are done in English and with support of an Ukrainian partner, real time translated in the classroom. We are proud to be part of this university and proud to be part of their team.