Waste-to-fuel: Government announces £6.5m funding for green transport fuel plants

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Department for Transport announces support for two plants which aim to produce low carbon road and aviation fuel from waste feedstocks

Household waste, unused agricultural straw and old wood are set to be used as feedstocks to produce green transport fuels at four UK-based facilities receiving funding support announced by the government...

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