Discussion in 'Environmental Discussion' started by tripp, Jul 21, 2008.
An interesting development in the waste-to-fuel sector of the liquid fuel world.
Cool. They can build their next plant in San Diego, CA.
Our landfill is scheduled to be full in a few years.
Good news for a change! I wonder if the anhydrous could be used for fertilizer?(not a chemist)
There's a good chance. A lot of these processes create good fertilizer end products. Hopefully this one does too. It'd be a good use of the remaining material and would be another way to reduce carbon emissions.
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