Plans for a new £165m UK Plastic Park submitted with waste-to-hydrogen and refuelling facility planned

Plans for the UK’s first £165m ($224m) Plastic Park have been submitted with a waste plastic-to-hydrogen facility and refuelling station set to be implemented at the new park.

The facility will utilise Powerhouse Energy’s unique technology which is capable of transforming plastic into hydrogen  to power homes and vehicles.

This provides a boost to two key issues in the UK, clean power generation in addition to recycling the use of plastic bottles, one of the most prominent environmental polluters around the world.

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