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  • Scientists Have Made It Easier To Convert Wood To Biofuel

    Teams of scientists have found a streamlined process to convert agricultural waste, forest overgrowth and other dry wood into biofuel without burning it. A collaboration between the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories have been working on a... 

  • Research Suggests Highly Resilient Grass Could Be Used As Biofuel

    A team of researchers have found that a resilient grass species traditionally used to add texture to more wild gardens may become the first choice in biofuel production. According to the study, published in Biotechnology for Biofuels, Miscanthus has the resilience... 

  • Motorsport Bosses In Biofuel Talks

    Bosses at the two levels of motorsport below the elite of Formula 1 have been engaged in talks about the development of hybrid engine models that would use biofuel. Although F2 and F3 boss Bruno Michel has said the existing... 

  • Coventry Council Approves Loan For ‘Upgraded’ MRF

    Coventry City Council has granted initial approval for a £1.9 million loan for works to upgrade its plans for its in-house materials recycling facility (MRF). According to Let’s Recycle, the purpose of the loan is to increase the MRF plant’s... 

  • Circular Economy Unveiled In Wales

    Wales has become the third-best country in the world for recycling, but the Welsh Government is not wanting to settle for being number three. The Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, has made public a plan that... 

  • Paper Round Installs Compostables-Specific Sorting Line In Essex Facility

    London-based recycling and waste management company Paper Round has installed a new sorting line for Vegware compostable catering disposables at its facility in Essex. According to Let’s Recycle, the firm claims that the new line will allow Vegware, which produces plant-based... 

  • Study Suggests Termites Could Help Create Biofuel

    A research paper has reported that termites could be a key aid in helping to produce biofuel more efficiently. The paper, published in ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, has highlighted that microbes found in the guts of some species of termites... 

  • Maritime Shipping Companies Successfully Trial Biofuel

    Several promising trials using biofuels to power large scale shipping vessels recently been completed, providing a potential short term way for the shipping industry to reduce carbon emissions. The biofuel supplier GoodFuels reported that Ocean Network Express (ONE), as well as Eastern... 

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