Hydrogen: Green Energy from Winery Wastewater
A field study at Napa Wine Company could convert wastewater into fuel, save energy and produce additional electric power.
Mar 2010 Issue of Wine Business Monthly
While the Medieval alchemists tried in vain to turn lead into gold, a Pennsylvania State University professor of environmental engineering is proving that modern technology can come within range of that dream. He has developed a reactor that is changing worthless, environmentally unfriendly wastewater into hydrogen, a valuable, non-polluting fuel. His process, which promises to leaves only harmless water vapor behind, might even be considered a platinum conversion. Since last September, the Nap...
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