Turning plant waste and used restaurant grease into biofuels
A plant-based gasoline replacement would open up a much bigger market for renewable fuels.
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Since: Jun 10
#1 Feb 4, 2014
Bio fuel has been tried before with methane digesters. Does anyone think a conglomerate such as big oil is going to allow that to happen?
#2 Feb 8, 2014
We need to figure out how to turn all off helmet(waste/trash)into fuel...that'll be real nice
#3 Feb 17, 2014
Yea!! Lets start with burning trash like "Tellitubies" That is a whole lot of waste!! LOL...:)
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