A Letter from Our CEO


We stand ready to deliver solutions where all others fail. Our selfish goal of bettering the world for future generations motivates us toward the perfection of systems and designs. Our agenda has always been set to deliver more efficient machines for use with industrial complexes to address their deficiencies and waste production dilemmas.

As a competitor to clumsy designs, we build 100% full-conversion refineries and deliver pollutant-free petrochemical facilities. We eliminate landfills, clean contaminated soils (lands) generated by legacy waste producers while stopping ocean pollutants and solid or liquid waste discharges into rivers and oceans. We can be instrumental to other industries as a backbone of success, current and future.   

Starting in 2024, global daily production of waste has surpassed 6.2 million metric tons with no true solutions in sight. At least it seems that way, but we know that not to be true.

Our technological advancements of the past 24 years in Plasma Arc Technologies have created a momentum shift to help humanity evolve to address trash problems while also addressing the power generation needs of nations, but without the use of additional natural resources such as oil, gas, coal, etc.

Further, our production of green materials shall reduce human’s heavy reliance on earth’s natural resources as better and more viable raw materials. We know well that extractions/productions of raw materials from earth’s resources are not always environmentally friendly or sound given unnecessary production of other wastes and emissions. All wastes have dire effects on the environment regardless of how insignificant they may seem. 

We produce no tailing residuals in mining or landfill materials from waste-processing activities, or cause methane emissions, which been identified as major source of environmental issues. The metals produced by our processes are of the highest purity (Hydrophobic Metals) that can be produced while shall capturing 100% of mercury and lead.

In support of nuclear industries, we process uranium ore in a pollutant-free environment while offering a true solution toward spent fuel rod processing. Our technologies are not designed to compete with other inductees, but make them better than current waste-processing solutions. As such, we see our operational reactors as a solution for uneventful radiation fallout where breaches may occur.

At the time of an emergency, applying parallel applications to radioactive isotope releases associated with fission, can determine whether a nation survives or not.  Cesium 137 contamination could be the biggest threat to humanity if it goes unresolved after its release into the environment.

Migrating from the first and second generation of Plasma Arc Reactors to third, fourth, fifth, and even sixth-generation Reactors, we have addressed all materials and waste-processing needs while diligently categorizing each waste to the proper reactor. For example, plastics and similar materials such as PVC are a major hurdle to any other type of waste treatment processes, reactor or not. The problems stem from rapid expansion of gases that pose risks of breach to processing vessels, which are caused by sudden pressure increases due to rapid expansion when exposed to heat.

Our first- and second-generation reactors’ design pressure tolerances were 1.9 atmospheric pressure while our third generation and after are operating at 4 atmospheres with a breach tolerance of 6+ atmospheres. In the past, plastic was considered a small percentage of waste streams due to above and its pressure fluctuation effects. Until now, plastics were supplemental to waste streams. But now, plastic and its derivatives can be processed as an actual waste stream while all other wastes become supplemental streams.

These same unwanted pressure intolerances have caused processing capacity deficiencies in plasma reactors up to 65% or more when processing plastics, tires, and coal in previous reactors. Our current designs have the same sizes and footprints, but over 200% to 400% processing efficiencies compared to previous reactor generations.

Our process is endothermic instead of exothermic. Meaning that we capture the energy in the processed materials for future use. Generated heat is not the primary product of reactor operation, but is a relevant by-product. The Plasma Arc Reactor process is not combustion or thermal plasma as these are different concepts/processes that have different effects on each of the feed materials and with different results.

That brings us to question of; if it’s so good, why has it not been adopted yet?

We have faced obstacles and resistance from legacy industries given their reluctance to change. They are often weaponized with powerful lobbyists in host nations that insist that the government should possess the technology instead of a provider. Offers to buy our concepts and designs have been a hurdle to our operations to the point that we decided to cease operations in 2013 to prevent the unwarranted technology transfer to other countries with deep acquisitions pockets. While our decision was conscious and correct at the time, it has not served the world well considering the ever-increasing waste, pollution, and adverse effects.

I thank you for visiting our site and seek your support to reach our common goal of making earth a better place for all its habitants.

Kindest Regards,

Farid Seif CEO