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The paper discusses possibilities of energetic utilization of waste heat from synthesis gas, which worsens possibilities of its further utilization. In this case, it is the recovery of synthesis gas with a high proportion of hydrogen produced by the thermal recovery of municipal waste by means of a plasma reactor. High temperatures deteriorate its recovery potential by separating hydrogen from the gas mixture and its subsequent use in fuel cells. Hydrogen separation takes place in the plant using metal hydride materials.
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