Plagazi, a leader in hydrogen production, has secured an order for a feasibility study from Germany’s Korn Recycling.
Renowned for its avant-garde waste sorting and replacement fuel processing plant, Korn Recycling aims to explore the feasibility of implementing an on-site HE-2000 plant, ushering in a new era of circular economy practices.
The primary objective of the Feasibility Study is to equip Korn Recycling with insights into the viability of integrating a circular Plagazi Process plant. This plant is envisioned to align seamlessly with Korn’s sustainability goals while efficiently utilizing specific waste fractions for fuel cell grade hydrogen production.
Plagazi, known for innovative hydrogen production methods, will leverage its expertise to explore how Korn Recycling’s waste can be optimally utilized. The study delves into the financial and sustainable aspects, aiming to redefine waste utilization by producing hydrogen through the Plagazi Process.
The potential impact of this initiative extends beyond waste recycling. If the Feasibility Study proves successful, Korn Recycling could revolutionize its operations by introducing a circular Plagazi plant. This move not only transforms waste into valuable hydrogen but also sets the stage for a more circular and sustainable approach to waste management.
The collaboration between Plagazi and Korn Recycling signifies a shared vision for sustainable practices. If the Feasibility Study proves positive, it will serve as the foundation for an in-depth Basic Engineering Study, further solidifying the commitment to circularity.