"It's a great example of what can be done when we start to re-imagine waste as an untapped source."Bio Bean goes around to local coffee shops and restaurants to collect their used grounds. The company converts the sludge into oil and mixes it with diesel. The Transport for London has announced that items such as cooking oil are being used as bio-fuel in buses.
"Roughly speaking, more than 9,000 Londoners die prematurely because of the poor-quality air," explains Khan.London has a Toxicity Charge, or a T-Charge, that motorists are required to pay if their vehicles produce a high level of carbon emissions. This charge is about $13 per day and this is over and above the driver congestion levies that drivers pay. If coffee fuel really works, Londoners can expect to pay less for their taxes and more for their lattes!
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