Waste2Tricity receives £1.25m grant for waste plastic to hydrogen facility, allowing for countrywide growth of the circular economy

January 14, 2020 |

In the United Kingdom, Waste2Tricity, a UK technology company developing hydrogen production technologies using waste plastic as the feedstock, has been offered a conditional £1.25m grant for its planned Plastics to Hydrogen Facility. The group providing the grant, Cheshire and Warrington, are looking to become a leading European center for low carbon energy technologies. The location of these waste plastic to hydrogen facilities, referred to as “Plastic Parks,” will ultimately allow for a countrywide plastic circular economy, with each site creating a local source of hydrogen while also mitigating the UK’s plastic waste problem. 

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