The subsidiary of the Clean Vision Corporation is working to secure "stages of necessary capital" for the project in Phoenix.
Clean-Seas, Inc. has signed an MOU with the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service to establish a plastic waste to hydrogen facility in Phoenix, Arizona, according to a press release.
Clean-Seas Arizona, a subsidiary of the Clean Vision Corporation, intends to invest at least $50m in the project. The company will “work towards securing the various stages of necessary capital to finance the innovative facility in phases,’ the release states.
Clean-Seas Arizona will source waste plastic feedstock from the Phoenix metro area for a global network of clean hydrogen hubs and recycle it into AquaH, Clean-Seas’ brand of hydrogen.
RMWSSS, an institute at Arizona State University, will provide scholarly, technical, and sustainability advisory services.