There is no shortage of candidates for feedstocks from which to make biofuels, from camelina to poplar and switchgrass to wood chips. But it is taking time to find ones that can be sustainably cultivated, harvested and transported in the quantities required to make commercial volumes of jet fuel. An approach gaining ground is to use a feedstock that is readily available in vast quantities and that people will pay to get off their hands: waste. British Airways has signed an agreement to ...
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