'Poo bus' promises green revenue stream for Wessex Water

Jessica Shankleman
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Company hopes Bio-Bus powered entirely by biogas from human excrement and food waste could prove fore-runner for a new green fleet

Wessex Water is hoping to supply biogas to more buses and trucks, after Bath Bus Company yesterday launched the UK's first "poo powered" bus in a bid to slash its greenhouse gas emissions. The 40-seater...

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