Raven SR Inc. announced its collaboration with Republic Services Inc. to convert organic waste to produce green hydrogen at a site in Richmond, Calif. Raven SR will initially process up to 99.9 tons of organic waste per day at Republic Services'West Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill and produce up to 2,000 metric-tons per year of renewable hydrogen as well as power for its operations. Raven SR's patented Steam/CO2 Reformation process enables it to be one of the only non-combustion, waste-to-hydrogen processes in the world. Additionally, Raven SR's goal is to generate as much of its own power onsite to reduce burden on the grid. The agreement will help move toward California's goal of reducing emissions from organic waste under the state's Short-Lived Climate Pollutant Reduction Strategy while also producing emission-free hydrogen fuel for passenger and heavy-duty vehicles. Republic Services is involved with 75 renewable energy projects across the country. This project directly supports the company's long-term sustainability goal to increase the recovery and circularity of key materials by 40% by 2030. The agreement with Republic Services comes after Raven SR recently selected POWER Engineers to complete final engineering and design and Stellar J to fabricate its first commercial renewable fuel production facilities for the Republic site and another Northern California landfill that will be announced in the near future. Unlike competing technologies like gasification or incineration, Raven SR's process involves no combustion, as previously confirmed by the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, avoiding the creation of toxic pollutants and particulates. The Raven SR Steam/CO2 Reformation process also presents a valid alternative to electrolysis converting waste rather than precious and limited water resources for green hydrogen production.