Plastic to hydrogen site planned for Ellesmere Port

Peel Environmental – part of Peel L&P – has partnered with Waste2Tricity to submit plans for a $7m waste plastic to hydrogen facility at its 54-hectare Protos site near Ellesmere Port.

The waste to hydrogen plant will use advanced thermal treatment technology developed by PowerHouse Energy Group that has the capacity to process up to 35 tonnes of unrecyclable plastic a day to create hydrogen.

Turning plastic waste into hydrogen

“This is a great step forward towards delivering the first of many waste to plastic facilities across the UK,” said Myles Kitcher, Managing Director at Peel Environmental, part of Peel L&P.

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