Dutch students have developed a car, named Luca, using Israeli technology and recycled waste like food, plastic and diapers.
The students broke down all of the materials to the molecular level, creating a new, environmentally friendly, plastic replacement. With organic waste creating pollution for 20 years or more due to the continuous release of gas, using recycled materials reduces greenhouse gas emissions.
The students have requested a license for the car so they can drive it around the country.
Read the original story here.