Australian researchers say they have found a way to make biodiesel from pond scum. A team from the government’s Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization says under ideal conditions, biodiesel can be produced from algae at a lower cost and with less greenhouse-gas emissions than fossil diesel. Algae thrive on carbon dioxide, which means environmentally damaging industrial CO2 emissions also could become a useful resource. “The greenhouse-gas reductions are the result ...
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