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Climate Change: Jet Fuel from Waste 'Dramatically Lowers' Emissions

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A new approach to making jet fuel from food waste has the potential to massively reduce carbon emissions from flying, scientists say. (www.bbc.com) More...

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MelGloberman
Mel Globerman 1
If you can make aircraft fuel (Kerosene) from "waste", certainly it seems reasonable that it could also be used as a cleaner automotive (car and truck) diesel engine fuel. It would require the necessary additives for anti jelling, fuel system lubricity, anti growth of fungus, etc. Assuming similar BTU's / gallon, it could be a significant development to help reduce exhaust emissions, and a solution to many of the worlds energy issues, but it will likely be opposed by the petrolium industry, and their political supporters!

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