Salt Lake City, UT (Jun. 15, 2021) –
Renewlogy’s testing facility in Salt Lake City has been selected by the University of Utah as a subcontractor for a DOE funding opportunity focused on hydrogen technologies from waste.
Renewlogy’s SLC research and development facility was initially built at the University of Utah, and it has worked closely with the University of Utah over the years on its circular plastics testing efforts.
Renewlogy continues to conduct pilot testing at its Salt Lake City facility and looks forward to collaborating on this research in the latter half of this year. Renewlogy also continues to work with Renew Phoenix on launching its pilot in Phoenix this year.