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Landfill Gas to Supply High-Purity Graphite Plant

9:31 AM MST | January 26, 2009 | Rebecca Coons

Privately owned startup Catalyx Nanotech (Anaheim, CA) says it plans to commercialize a technology to generate “green” hydrogen and nanomaterials from landfill gas. Under the project, carbon dioxide (CO2) offgas would be sequestered. Catalyx says it will collaborate with environmental engineering firm Dudek (Encinitas, CA) to identify appropriate landfills in Southern California at which to locate the plants. The first production facility is expected to start up in late 2009, Catalyx says. The process uses a Catalyx catalyst to sequester the carbon...

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