Flushing away the problem

February 2007
Geographical (Geographical Magazine Ltd.);Feb2007, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p13
The article on a breakthrough research conducted by U.S. biofuel group, Dynamotive, which successfully transformed human sewage into a carbon-neutral fuel on a small scale. The process which will be powering diesel engines and boilers is to be commercialised by the company.


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