Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Can trash fuel planes?

BRITISH AIRWAYS aims to convert landfill waste into jet fuel in a pioneering carbon-saving initiative. It is supporting the creation of the world’s first facility – in Essex, England – to produce sustainable aviation fuel in conjunction with specialist firm Solena Fuels.

Approximately 575,000 tonnes of waste normally destined for landfill or incineration will be converted into 120,000 tonnes of clean burning liquid fuels.

BA has made a long-term commitment to purchase all 50,000 tonnes a year of the jet fuel produced.

One thousand construction workers will be hired to build the facility which is due to be completed in 2017, creating up to 150 permanent jobs at the Thames Enterprise Park, part of the site of the former Coryton oil refinery in Corringham.

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