Standard Hydrogen unveils technology to turn garbage into hydrogen

Standard Hydrogen has today revealed groundbreaking technology to turn garbage into pure zero emission hydrogen fuel.

The Florida firm said the patented process has the potential to clean the land and waterways while eliminating most of the waste being dumped into landfills.

Some examples of waste that can be turned into hydrogen include plastic, tires, paper, wood, mattresses, rotting food and even used clothing.

Any remnants would become non-toxic, non-polluting compounds. Metals and glass would not be used in this process.

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