Briefly explain the marker to energy process:
When solid markers are put into a special furnace and heated to a high temperature, they melt and turn into a liquid. When heated to an even higher temperature in a reactor, the long molecular chains break into shorter ones and the liquid turns into a gas which floats out of the reactor (just like the gas that was trapped in the liquid soda floated into the balloon). When the gas is directed into a cold area it turns back into a liquid. Then, because of the molecular change that took place, instead of being melted plastic, the liquid will be a fuel. This fuel can be separated into several different types of fuel: gasoline for cars, diesel trucks, or kerosene for camp lanterns, etc. The fuel from the plastic is clean fuel, since it has minimal sulfur as a residual in the transformation process.