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Doosan to produce hydrogen from waste plastic

Korea's top power-equipment maker Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction said Thursday that it has teamed up with a local company to produce hydrogen from waste plastic and vinyl as part of its efforts to diversify its business portfolio.
Doosan Heavy said it will extract hydrogen from gas produced from waste plastic and vinyl, by 2021, the company said, with an aim to increase the daily production of hydrogen from the initial 0.3 ton to 3 tons, the company said.
In a bid to prop up its eco-friendly energy business, Doosan Heavy has been constructing a hydrogen liquefaction plant in Changwon, south Gyeongsang, with the aim of completion by 2022, the company added.
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