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Your food waste could soon fuel a jet near you
Jet fuel mostly produced from food scraps, animal manure and agricultural waste could cut greenhouse emissions from planes by 165%, according to new U.S. research. “There’re exciting jet fuels that rely on burning trash and dry waste but this actually works for those wastes that…
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