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London buses is transferred to the fuel from coffee

Photo: Photo: Albawaba London buses transferred to the coffee biofuel

Using biofuels are going to reduce the level of air pollution.

In London’s famous buses transferred to biodiesel, which is made from coffee grounds, reports the Times. Use biofuels local authorities plan to reduce air pollution.

However, this case marks the first time the will to use coffee grounds that are produced by the capital in excess.

Recycling coffee grounds industrially engaged in startup bio-bean, which was created by entrepreneur Arthur Kay. The company sells its products to UK companies who use it to heat buildings and as fuel for vehicles.

It is known that working in a startup is the UK’s largest landowner and one of the richest men in the country the Duke of Westminster Hugh Richard Louis Grosvenor.

Informed The Correspondent.net reported that China has created a hybrid tram, which moves without rails.

 

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