Plasma converter able to make waste to energy. The actual plasma is contained in a sealed, stainless steel (possibly a different material) vessel. It is than filled with a stable gas, such as pure nitrogen. When a 650-volt current passes between two electrodes, electrons are ripped from the air, converting the gas into plasma. As the current generated from the electrodes continues to flow, it creates an intense energy field with plasma arcs, which are similar to lightning. The radiant energy of the 13,000˚F to 30,000˚F plasma arcs disintegrates trash into its basic elements by tearing apart the materials' molecular bonds. From the syngas produced we are able to produce : hydrogen, form of natural gas, ethanol, electricity, or diesel.