Shredded plastic waste is collected and stored in a reactor. After that, a catalyst is added, and the plastic is heated to 150 degrees Fahrenheit. The released gases, such as methane and propane, are contained in a separate gas tank and used as a source of heat for the system to operate. The oil is refined, processed, and prepared for shipment. Rudra has revolutionized how plastic can be effectively converted to fuel with such a small setup. A tonne of plastic can contain approximately 600 to 650 liters of petrol, 20 to 25 percent synthetic gases, and 5 to 10% residual char, which can be used as a bitumen road filler. This is how a Plastic recycling fuel plant setup.