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Thames Water has partnered with a renewable-fuel company to dig fatbergs out of sewers and turn them into biodiesel.
Fast-food restaurants generally change the oil in their deep-fat fryers a couple of times a week, and few biodiesel manufacturers are able to exploit this resource because of its high free-fatty acid content.
Brightline estimates its trains would consume nearly 2 gallons of biodiesel fuel per mile.
Fat is easy to convert into biodiesel, for example.
Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Connecticut report that hemp biodiesel could someday power those cars and planes.
Last year, 1.4 billion pounds (635,000 metric tons) were turned into biodiesel — or 3.84 million pounds a day.
Last year, the program converted 71 tons of used cooking oil from airport restaurants into biodiesel fuel.
Last year, 1.4 billion pounds (635,000 metric tons) were turned into biodiesel -- or 3.84 million pounds a day.
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