Jet fuel made from food waste and other “wet waste” could cut carbon emissions by 165%

Jet fuel made from food waste and other “wet waste” could reduce carbon emissions by 165% compared to fossil fuel, according to new research. Researchers in the US have discovered a way to transform food scraps and used cooking oil, as well as animal manure and wastewater into a type of paraffin that works in jet engines. The new study, published in the Proceedings of the … Continue reading Jet fuel made from food waste and other “wet waste” could cut carbon emissions by 165%