To ensure a continuous supply of such raw material (waste), the Petroldragon issued a complex supply network, stipulating contracts with the main Italian companies that produced large amount of waste that, in type and quality, best suited the transformation processes created by Andrea Rossi.
The type of collected waste was essentially made from waste of industrial organic materials such as plastics, rubber, waste solvents, waste food, etc..
Among the many Petroldragon customers could be counted Unicem, Cementificio di Merone, Lombardi Solventi (solvents), Cartiera di Sora (paper mill), etc.., these companies used the Petroldragon product, refined to Omar, as fuel or as raw material for the production of solvents.
Petroldragon products selling price was less than 30%, compared to similar products on the market, but it had a fossil derivation.
Petroldragon’s work was constantly supported by advice from the Politecnico of Milan, with which Petroldragon signed a research contract.
In particular, Prof. Paolo Centola, specialized in chemical plants, took care of this collaboration from the Polytechnic side.