This over sized vacuum cleaner came about because of the high pollution on all our beaches and in our seas around the world.
It is all very well trying to pick up the pollution by hand but it is extremely difficult to do, especially when it comes to the small plastic pieces and cigarette butts, . With this machine you can do all this with ease, very quickly and effectively, because it is so easy to operate – with one person.
The Enviro buggy can be used anywhere there is litter or waste to clean up such as beaches, parks, sports fields, river banks and pavements.
Overall dimension:     2.0 L x 1.2 W x 0,9  H 
Weight:                     230 Kilograms  inclusive batteries.
Electric motor: 2 x 48 v 800 watt motors     
Batteri: 4 x 12 v Lead Batteries 
Vacuum capacity:     80 cubic meters per minute 100 mm nozzle
 30 cubic meters per minute 50 mm nozzle
Wheels:           4 pneumatic wheels at .8 bar depending on terrain.
Steering arm: Speed regulator forward/backward , battery indicator , vacum pressure regulator and on/off switch
It can be operated by 1 person as it is self -propelled and the vacuum pipe is very light and flexible and can be fitted with either the 100 mm nozzle or the 50 mm nozzle for difficult areas.
Pyrolysis Plants

It is possible to convert all plastics directly into useful forms of energy and chemicals for industry using a process called “cold plasma pyrolysis”. Pyrolysis is a heating method that decomposes organic materials at temperatures between 400 ℃ and 650 ℃, in an environment with limited oxygen.

Mobile plants pleasures in 20 or 40 foot containers and are very flexible. From can pleasures close to rivers, harbors and other places. Mobile plants do not require much space and are very easy to handle.

Stationary plants have used up more space, but are able to handle large amounts of plastic waste and, appropriately, be placed close to landfills.

You will be able to get more detailed information about or plants in our presentation below.

Plastfree Ocean has the rights to mobile and stationary facilities in Spain and most other Mediterranean countries.

We work closely with a Danish company that specializes in the construction of pyrolysis plants.

For further information please contact:

Martin Brasch