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 gases emitted such as methane and propane as stored in a separate gas tank to be used as heating source for the machine to function. The oil obtained is filtered, stored and readied for dispatch. With such a small setup, Rudra has revolutionised how plastic can be successfully converted to fuel. A tonne of plastic can approximately produce 600 to 650 litres of fuel, 20 to 25 per cent synthetic gases and 5 to 10 per cent of residual char, which can be used for road filler with bitumen. This is how Plastic recycling fuel plant setup works.