New waste-to-hydrogen plant set for California
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New waste-to-hydrogen plant set for California

Omni Conversion Technologies (Omni CT) has today (22nd April) revealed that its waste-to-hydrogen product will be used in a new commercial plant located in California, US – a first for the Canadian technology developer.

The plant will use unsorted non-recyclable municipal solid waste (MSW), currently being disposed of in landfill sites, to produce negative carbon hydrogen.

The purchase was funded and signed on 21st April (2021) with the goal of being in production in California converting municipal solid waste to hydrogen by the end of 2023.

The Omni 200™ GPRS™ waste-to-hydrogen product is capable of producing 5,000 tonnes of negative carbon hydrogen each year from around 200 tonnes a day of unsorted non-recyclable garbage.

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