Renewable, Green or Blue Hydrogen, produced in a clean manner near the consumption site utilizing local organic waste streams and/or plastic.

The Ways2H process generates hydrogen from virtually any organic feedstock, including plastics.

2 billion tons of waste is sent to landfills per year worldwide. Without proper management, landfills contaminate the ground underneath, are reaching saturation in most regions of the world and are, like incineration plants, rejected by the public.

Our process can use the organic and plastics fraction of this waste, approximately 1.5 billion tons, to produce hydrogen. This hydrogen can come as a replacement for power plants that use fossil fuels such as oil or coal as their energy source, releasing over 10 billion tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere per year.

The transportation sector is also a major source of CO2. Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles that run on hydrogen are the only viable solution wherever there is a need for long distance, heavy duty applications or rapid refueling: cars, trucks, industrial vehicles, trains, ships.

Problems with various organic waste streams


Over 2 Billion tons of waste is buried annually worldwide. The pollutants in household waste alone contaminate the water supply all living creatures drink and the air we breathe.

Landfills are not sustainable waste solutions and are heavy polluters of the planet. They may leak solid and liquid contaminants in the aquifers, and decaying of the organic waste they contain is a major cause of methane emission. The emission of methane (CH4) is harmful to life and is 20 times more damaging than carbon dioxide (CO2). Although modern technologies reduce many air pollutants once associated with the process, incineration of plastics and other materials still creates emissions that can contain toxins such as mercury, dioxins, and furans.


Human activity has produced large amounts of CO2, which is the recognized primary cause of global warming. This CO2 also causes damage to our oceans, along with plastics that destroy sea life. 

Plastics are a significant waste stream that is creating worldwide concern. In 2015, worldwide primary plastics production was 407 million tons, of which over 300 million tons ended up as waste. Now that most emerging countries are no longer accepting this waste, it is piling up and waiting for an acceptable treatment solution. A reasonable estimate is more than 5 billion tons of accumulated plastic waste exists throughout the world, on the ground, and in the oceans. It even found its way into our own body, where microplastics traces can now be found.

Human activity still requires an increasing amount of energy, while the use of fossil fuels is more and more questioned. Solar and Wind energy are a partial answer to that question. However, a predictable local, grid-compliant renewable source of energy is also a natural answer to this issue to complete clean energy sources need, for power production but also for clean fuels production as well. 

Fuel logistics itself is a heavy polluter, a potential danger and fossil fuels prices are unstable. Solar and wind are not a predictable, reliable source of energy. Converting waste into clean energy or hydrogen gas, a clean fuel for mobility applications takes place 24 hours per day.