Hydropolis United and Elkard sign MoU for hydrogen-producing plastic waste processing plant

Hydropolis United has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Elkard sp z.o.o. to develop a plastic waste processing plant designed to produce hydrogen, electricity and heat.

Hydrofoils United is a subsidiary of Hydrogen Utopia International (HUI), which is pioneering non-recyclable waste plastics to hydrogen technology.

At the helm of Elkard is Mariusz Krakowski, nephew of Forbes listed, self-made billionaire Roman Karosik, who has built up an empire including metals and chemicals.

Marisuz owns a number of his own enterprises and has developed a keen interest in innovative technologies. He is commercially committed to hastening the development of HUI’s technology in Poland which he believes will help the country achieve energy independence. Elkard sp z.o.o. is based in Torun, north-central Poland.

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