The jet fuel of the future can be made from kitchen waste

The use of fuel from the use of food waste has much lower emissions than the current use of aviation gasoline.
U.S. researchers are revolutionizing food waste in a revolutionary way: contrary to custom, it is not made into methane, but into paraffin that can also power aircraft, the BBC writes.

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