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Feb 13, 2024 13:19 EEST
February 13 (SeeNews) - Croatian engineering company Dok-Ing said it has developed a technology capable of producing hydrogen from organic municipal waste, with the first local trial set to take place in Krizevci, northern Croatia.
By processing waste deposited in landfills, the equipment can generate a gas containing a high concentration of hydrogen, which, when separated, can be marketed as a separate commercial product globally, Vjekoslav Majetic, owner of Dok-Ing, told state TV broadcaster HRT.
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The hydrogen produced by the company is cost-effective, boasts high purity, and is utilised as an energy source in transportation, the chemical sector, and processes requiring clean energy without emissions, Filip Stojmenovic, head of development of Dok-Ing, added.
The town of Krizevci will be the first to implement the new technology as it aims to manage about 3,000 tonnes of waste annually in an environmentally friendly manner.
The goal is to use the hydrogen as fuel for trucks, Martin Kozjak, head of the utility company of Krizevci, Komunalno Poduzece Krizevci, said.
Zagreb-based Dok-Ing manufactures robotics demining and firefighting systems and has also developed its own electric car concept.
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