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Liquid fuels made from waste take a commercial step forward

Liquid fuels for cars and planes made from waste will benefit from biofuel market development, say researchers from the UKs National Non-Food Crops Centre (NNFCC). Market developments in biofuels have raised the commercial potential for alternatives to petrochemical fuels to be produced from waste such as plastic bags. High production costs currently put biofuels at a market disadvantage. Technology that produces fuel from coal or liquid gas is already ...