Exclusive: BA's biofuels plant set for take-off before the end of the year

Will Nichols
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Preferred site has been chosen for London facility set to generate two per cent of BA's fuel from waste

BA is set to begin initial construction on a planned biofuel-from-waste plant before the end of the year and will look to build several facilities in the UK should the technology prove successful. Jonanthon...

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