Why not convert this to Hydrogen as we are doing, with the carbon reduced to a land additive (Bio-Char?)
We disagree with this scenario.
All indications are that waste quantities will reduce over this time frame by at least 15%.
The quantity of inorganic plastics around going to waste disposal will reduce as the recognition us accepted that we can reduce this to Hydrogen and Carbon Black and/or Methane and even Light Diesel fuels.
Obviously eliminating existing plastics from the waste - melting pot - is a key issue here and we have already set in motion a system to make bio-plastics to take over this need (albeit reduced need) within 3 to 5 years.
So with all good speed we question this issue.
There is so much money to be made in Waste that you cannot credit this series of statements.
This seems strange.
If you thought of making money from the Waste Treatment system then Anaerobic Digestion with the additional facility of Converting Plastics to Hydrogen Fuel and Bio-Char would give you a return on investment of less than 6 years.
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This £20 Billion is hypothetical and a nonsense.