Millions of tons of toxic ash are created every year from the burning of refuse. This potentially-dangerous material is typically simply dumped in landfills (or, in some countries, used in construction). Rather than simply discard this toxic material, why not do something useful with it? And that’s exactly what researchers at Lund University have done. Researchers there have developed a process to produce hydrogen gas from the ash. The technique appears to have great potential: … Read More
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