Historical development of the earth's atmosphere:
Approximately one billion years ago, the Earth's atmosphere consisted essentially of nitrogen and CO2. The basis for the change in the composition of the Earth's atmosphere was the onset of oxygen photosynthesis in conjunction with the formation of oil and coal from the fossil dead organic materials and thus the permanent binding of CO2. This process was so effective that the CO2 content of the original atmosphere was reduced from 200,000 ppm to approx. 250 ppm (= 0.04%) and in between the oxygen content even increased to 30% (today approx. 21%). Only the intensive industrial use of mineral energy resources (crude oil and coal) combined with the subsequent combustion or biological destruction (landfilling and composting) of all residues increased the CO2 content to over 350 ppm again in recent decades.
We can stop the increase of CO2 if we follow nature's example and produce crude oil from all material waste. The oiling principle therefore uses the highest efficiency. If we use this process worldwide, we will also solve the problem of current climate change.
In addition, the efficiency of waste recycling by means of the oiling technology combines at the same time with the necessity of environmental protection in an excellent way!