Swindon recycling company in £4.75m project

Swindon-based Advanced Biofuel Solutions, in collaboration with Progressive Energy in Stonehouse, is to receive £4.75m in government funding for a plant that can convert gas from household waste into low carbon hydrogen for use in the transport industry. The Biohydrogen Greenhouse Gas Removal Demonstration Project, also undertaken in collaboration with University College London, will convert household waste into biohydrogen for use in the transport sector. It is one of 15 projects across the UK to benefit from a share of more than £54mto develop technologies that remove carbon emissions from the atmosphere