How does it work?

Waste plastics are shredded and then heated in an oxygen-free chamber (known as pyro-reactor) at about 400 to 700 degrees celsius.  As the plastics boil, syn-gas is separated out. This syn-gas will flow into the catalytic reactor for cutting long-carbon-chain of plastic into a shorter chain of oil.   and often reused to fuel the machine itself. The fuel is then distilled and filtered. Because the entire process takes place in a vacuum and the plastic is melted - not burned, minimal to no resultant toxins are released into the air, as all the gasses and or sludge are reused to fuel the machine. 

Since the whole process takes place inside an oxygen-free, almost vacuum, under normal atmosphere pressure environment and the plastic is melted - not burned, minimal to no resultant toxins are released into the air, as all the gasses and or sludge are reused to fuel the machine. The emission mainly steams and the leftover is a small amount of carbon black powder.