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Waste biogas conversion project receives government funding

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Brief: Hazer Group Ltd has received $9.41 million in funding from the Australian Renewable Energy Agency towards building a facility to demonstrate a proprietary technology that converts waste bio-methane into resources such as hydrogen and graphite.

Dubbed the Hazer Process by the company, the technology converts waste or low-value biogas streams from wastewater treatment plants, landfill sites and other industrial locations and sells the newly-created products to industry.

The facility, which will likely be built in Munster, Western Australia for about $15.8 million, should be finished by December 2020.

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