London began a jam-frying oil

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London began a jam-frying oil

The love of the British for junk food and fat in general could be very beneficial in terms of protecting the environment. A study led by London Remade and London Community Recycling Network, two environmental agencies, recommends that all the fat and vegetable oils that are illegally disposed of every day from restaurants and cafés (with their wastewater) be recycled into organic fuel. Buses and London taxis could roll thanks to the fat recovered fish and chips ...

This bio fuel, used pure or blended with diesel, would have the advantage of being odorless, non-polluting, and emitting no carbon dioxide. In addition, it does not involve modification for diesel engines. It is obtained by transforming the triglycerides of the fatty acids that constitute vegetable oils into methyl monocytes.

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