It’s not “Back to the Future,” but getting closer… Inventor turns plastic trash into liquid gold | Video | Reuters.com

Okay, it’s not the Flux Capacitor, but who says science fiction doesn’t predict future technologies?  Remember at the end of the original “Back to the Future” movie when Doc Brown starts stuffing trash into the Mr. Fusion appliance to fuel the Delorean?  Well check out this Reuters story about a company in the Philippines that’s collecting waste plastic from landfills and breaking it down into fuel!

Inventor turns plastic trash into liquid gold | Video | Reuters.com.

Andy Trask

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Andy Trask is the owner of Stickynote Tech Services. He has worked in the personal computer industry since taking his first position with Leading Edge Hardware Products in 1983. Since 2001, Andy has worked as a traveling computer geek performing onsite and in-home computer, networking, and technology service for individuals, families, and small businesses. Andy has serviced hundreds of customers in Southeastern Massachusetts and welcomes inquiries from anyone needing help with their computers, printers, network, or other high-tech products.

About Stickynote Tech Services:
Based in Mansfield Massachusetts, Stickynote Tech Services is a local provider of in-home computer installation, troubleshooting, and repair services, wired and wireless network installation and troubleshooting services, and general personal technology services to individuals, families, and small businesses in Southeastern Massachusetts including the south shore, Cape Cod, south coast, greater Taunton area, greater Attleboro area, lower Route 128, and lower Route 495.

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