Alchemists to the rescue

Odriscoll, Cath
August 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;8/14/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 31, p35
Trade Publication
This article reports on the catalytic depolymerization process demonstrated by U.S. firm Green Power, which can transform waste into diesel fuel. Wastes that can be transformed into diesel fuel include household and medical waste. Wastes that cannot be transformed include radioactive, metal, glass or porcelain.


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