London's cooking waste to fuel power station

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Thames Water and 2OC in deal worth £200m over 20 years to turn 'fatbergs' clogging capital's sewers into energy for sewage works and homes

Cooking waste from thousands of London restaurants and food companies is to help run what is claimed to be the world's biggest fat-fuelled power station. The energy generated from the grease, oil and...

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