Industrial processes generate various types of waste products. These usually have to be processed or collected and disposed of at great expense. With the help of the electricity-based plasmalysis process, a high proportion of the nitrogen and carbon compounds contained can be converted into valuable industrial gases, such as hydrogen, nitrogen, methane and oxygen.
Plasmalysis is not substance-specific. So, for example, natural gas can be converted into hydrogen and elemental carbon, but the toxic hydrogen sulphide (H2S) that is generated in refineries can also be converted into hydrogen and elemental sulphur.
The hydrogen can be used directly for CO2-free generation of heat and electricity in hydrogen CHPs or fuel cells. Solid carbon can be used as an industrial raw material, for example, for the production of steel, carbon fibres and other carbon-based structures and materials.
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