11 waste plastic to hydrogen facilities

11 waste plastic to hydrogen facilities

In a bid to tackle environmental problems, three UK companies have signed a £130m agreement to develop 11 facilities that produce hydrogen from plastic waste.

Peel Environmental, Waste2Tricity and PowerHouse Energy will use a UK first advanced thermal treatment technology at the proposed 11 sites, which could transform the way waste plastics are dealt with nationally.

The pioneering DMG® (Distributed Modular Gasification) technology developed by PowerHouse Energy produces a local source of hydrogen from unrecyclable plastics.

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