Pyrocrat Systems LLP is a Navi Mumbai, India based waste management company led by Suhas Dixit. It manufactures machinery for producing oil from plastic and tire waste. Pyrocrat Systems was established in 2008. Since then it has established several plants in India of 100 MT daily capacity and also a 300 MT plant in the city of Navi Mumbai.

The plants operate on the basis of pyrolysis technology. It causes the thermal breakdown of plastic and tire molecules. This results in the generation of pyrolysis oil along with carbon black. The pyrolysis oil is a fine product that can be used in industries as a fuel for turbines, diesel engines and boilers. There’s no further requirement of purification. The machinery is highly cost efficient and safe to operate. Pyrocrat is expanding it’s services internationally in Africa, Europe and other parts of the world. Our vision is to help create a sustainable environment.


Suhas Dixit’s Speech on “Future of Sustainable Waste Management in India”

Honorable director of Pyrocrat Systems LLP, Mr Suhas Dixit  delivered a keynote speech at International plastics exhibition at Bangalore on 27th September 2015. To topic of his speech was “Future of Sustainable Waste Management in India”.

We are responsible for keeping our water bodies free from toxicity.Pyrocrat Systems LLP through is dedicated to generating awareness about need for effective waste management. Pyrocrat has inventedPlastic-to-Oil Technology that converts waste plastic into usable fuel oil. To know how plant and machinery supplied by Pyrocrat manages 90,000,000kg of every year, please This technology segregates waste, recycles valuable material & energy for waste.

Plastic Pollution Coalition

The Bioplastic Labyrinth


Plastic is a material that Earth cannot digest. Every bit of plastic ever produced still exists and will be here with us for hundreds of years. Once in the environment, plastic breaks down into smaller and smaller particles that attract toxic chemicals, are ingested by wildlife on land and in the ocean, and contaminate our food chain. Read more

Suhas Dixit’s Review on “Future of Sustainable Waste Management in India”

ngs_5243Honorable director of Pyrocrat Systems LLP, Mr Suhas Dixit  delivered a keynote speech at International plastics exhibition at Bangalore on 27th September 2015. To topic of his speech was “Future of Sustainable Waste Management in India”. The Honourable Mayor of Bangalore, Mr Manjunatha Reddy was the chief guest of the event. The event was also attended by Dy Mayor of BBMP, President of Karnataka Plastics Association – Mr. Vijay Kumar V. Read more

The Beauty of Recycling Series: Why recycling is the best way to manage waste

img_5627-650x488The problem of waste is one that almost every single one of us faces and no one seems to have a solution for. We all create waste. We also all realize that there is a literal and figurative mountain of waste all around us. How then do we come up with apt ways in which to tackle this issue, both individually as well as together? Read more

Americans Are Drinking 10 Billion Gallons of Bottled Water…Here’s Where Those Plastic Bottles End Up

France’s Vittel mineral water company introduced the first plastic bottles — for any product — and they hit the market in the late 1960s, only fifty years ago. In the beginning, the plastic bottle was promoted as a means for making products more readily available. The idea proved correct, and other companies followed suit. Business was good, but as distribution increased so did a mountain of bottles with which we’ve been left to sort out. Read more

Pyrocrat Systems bags waste management project in Africa

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Pyrocrat Systems LLP, India’s leading developer & manufacturer of municipal solid waste management machinery ventured into African market. Pyrocrat is become the first Indian company to discuss with Government of Burundi to set up one of the largest waste management project in a Public Private Partnership (PPP) basis. The project will be in similar to company’s present project to manage 300 tons per day of Navi Mumbai’s solid waste. Read more


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) today released its 2014 Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries Summary, which details that refuse and recyclable material collectors, as a category ranked fifth among American workers, with a total of 27 fatalities, down from 33 in 2013. Despite this decrease, the rate of fatalities rose from 33 to 35.8 per 100,000 workers for the year.  After reaching a 12 year high in 2003, fatalities fell by more than half by 2007.  Since then, fatalities have been trending upward. In response to these trends, the National Waste & Recycling Association (NWRA), which represents more than 800 private industry waste and recycling companies nationwide, has spearheaded a comprehensive industry-wide series of initiatives in concert with its member companies aimed at reducing fatalities, injuries and accidents.  Only logging workers; fishers and related fishing workers; aircraft pilots and flight engineers; and roofers had higher fatality rates, according to the report, while workers in, electrical power-line installers and repairers; farmers, ranchers and other agricultural managers; structural iron and steel workers; Driver/sales workers and truck drivers; and first-line supervisors of construction trades and extraction workers had lower fatality rates. Read more

Significance of Recycling – Conserve Energy Future

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Recycling is important in today’s world if we want to leave this planet for our future generations. It is good for the environment, since we are making new products from the old products which are of no use to us. Recycling begins at home. If you are not throwing away any of your old product and instead utilizing it for something new then you are actually recycling. When you think of recycling you should really think about the whole idea; reduce, reuse and recycle. We’ve been careless up to this point with the way we’ve treated the Earth and it’s time to change; not just the way we do things but the way we think.

We should recycle because:

  • To Make Environment Clean
  • Conservation of Materials
  • To Save Energy
  • Reduce Garbage in Landfills

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How we create ulcer patches of wastelands on mother earth?


Every day we generate thousands of tons of solid waste. Most of this solid waste is not scientifically disposed or recycled. This has resulted into thousands of square kilometers of wastelands called landfill or dumping yards. These dumping yards are like ulcers on earth causing some serious land pollution. The plastic and tires cause solid pollution for millions of years. Landfill sites also act as breeding grounds for mosquitoes and pathogens. The reason why these dumping yards smell is because it keeps emitting millions of liter of methane gas every day which causes most of the smell. Methane and other potent greenhouse gases generated from dumping yards cause global warming. Read more

Technology to manufacture diesel from waste plastic!

plastic-diesel-comparisionNow we can convert Waste plastic into commercial grade Diesel using Pyrocrat’s invention!

A decade ago it was even difficult to image a technology that can dispose plastic waste by converting it to diesel. Pyrocrat Systems LLP has invented a patent pending and proven continuous pyrolysis technology. This pyrolysis technology converts waste plastic into fuel oil which has met the composition of diesel. Plastic is converted into diesel oil using Pyrocrat’s state of art technology. The time is not far wherein pyrolysis oil will be used instead of diesels which will be a sustainable option to diesel derived from fossil fuels. Here is the detailed study:

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