Making Biofuel from Fast Food Waste and Lithium Trash

July 30, 2020

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According to the Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, scientists have discovered a new way to create biofuel using traditional waste products like grease from fast food restaurants and waste from lithium batteries. The creation of the new biofuel would reduce emissions and promote recycling. A win-win.

In the real-world, the biofuel could be used to fuel ships, airplanes, cars and bikes in the future. 

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