'Realistic low-carbon alternative': Sheet glass produced in biofuel-fired furnace in Merseyside

Cecilia Keating
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Credit: Pilkington
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Credit: Pilkington

Replacing fossil gas with sustainable biofuels can cut emissions footprint of glass manufacture by 80 per cent, Pilkington claims

Sheet glass has been made for the first time in a furnace powered by biofuels, glass manufacturer Pilkington has today announced. The manufacturer said sustainable biofuel made from organic waste materials...

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