Plagazi’s feasibility study for hydrogen production at Korn Recycling

Circular economy Hydrogen

Germany – Plagazi has secured an order for a feasibility study from Korn Recycling, a leading German waste recycling company, aimed to explore the viability of implementing an on-site HE-2000 plant, a move that could revolutionize the way commercial waste is processed and contribute to the production of fuel cell-grade hydrogen.

The primary goal of the feasibility study is to provide Korn Recycling with a comprehensive understanding of integrating a circular Plagazi process plant into their existing infrastructure. This entails a thorough examination of the plant’s compatibility with Korn’s sustainability objectives and the financial viability of harnessing specific waste fractions for hydrogen production.

From waste to hydrogen

The HE-2000 plant is designed to efficiently convert waste into fuel cell-grade hydrogen. The technology not only addresses waste management concerns but also positions hydrogen as a renewable energy source with diverse applications.

By converting waste into hydrogen, Korn Recycling can not only enhance its sustainability profile but also contribute to the broader goal of fostering a circular economy. The feasibility study marks the initial step towards aligning waste management practices with environmental stewardship.

The study will not only focus on hydrogen production but will also explore the manifold applications of the hydrogen derived from Korn Recycling’s waste.

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