London began a jam-frying oil

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London began a jam-frying oil

The British love for junk food and fat in general could be very beneficial in terms of environmental protection. A study by London Remade and London Community Recycling Network, two environmental agencies, advocates that all fat and vegetable oils which are daily rid restaurants and cafes illegally (with their waste water) are recycled into bio fuel. Bus and London taxis could then roll through the recovered fatty fish and chips ...

This bio fuel, used pure or blended with diesel, would have the advantage of being odorless, non-polluting and does not emit carbon dioxide. Moreover, it does not involve modification to diesel engines. It is obtained by converting triglycerides of fatty acids constituting vegetable oils into methyl monocytes.

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