Waste-carrying Thames tug boats switch to biofuel as Cory plots course to net zero

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The tugboats ferry household waste down the Thames to an energy recovery facility | Credit: Cory
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The tugboats ferry household waste down the Thames to an energy recovery facility | Credit: Cory

Waste management company's boats on the Thames to run on greener fuel that it claims can reduce CO2 emissions by 90 per cent

Tug boats which ferry household waste down the River Thames to feed a power plant in east London are set to run on biofuels, with waste management firm Cory claiming the switch will slash both CO2 emissions...

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