A new RMIT process could turn sewage and wastewater into hydrogen fuel and valuable biochar, potentially eliminating emissions from the process while generating green energy

A team from Australia's RMIT University says it's figured out a cost-effective way to produce hydrogen using wastewater and sewage. The process not only produces clean H2 gas, it also captures all the carbon in human poop and puts it to valuable use.

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