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    Making biodiesel at Harper Adams

    Posted 2 September 2009

    Harper Adams is committed to reducing it's carbon footprint by not only recycling paper and plastic, but by finding new ways such as converting waste vegetable oil from the kitchens into fuel.

    Over the Summer, Lecturer Phil Hollins and his team have been converting the oil into fuel to power the onsite vehicles.

    See the video, for more.

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