Food waste-to-hydrogen project planned as part of ARCH2 hydrogen hub

A food waste-to-hydrogen and carbon project is being planned at the Port of West Virginia, US, as part of the Appalachian Regional Clean Hydrogen Hub (ARCH2).

Empire Diversified Energy and Heartland Water Technology have partnered with Empire’s subsidiary Empire Green Generation to develop the facility.

The plant will treat food waste in an anaerobic digester to produce biogas and residual solid material (digestate). Biogas will then be put through methane pyrolysis using Heartland’s HelioStom ionic gasifier to produce clean hydrogen and “valuable sustainable carbon.”

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