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May 04, 2017   |   The Economist


Neste uses animal waste to make a cleaner form of diesel

In a triumph of the “circular economy”, Neste has found a way to make transport fuel more sustainable. After heating and filtering the gunk, what is left of it is mixed with hydrogen in a refinery, producing diesel-like hydrocarbons that are then tailored so that they can be poured straight into the tanks of everything from cars to passenger jets. “You could put this in your VW diesel and drive off,” says Joshua Stone of Barclays, a bank.

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