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A Plastic Wrapper Today Could Be Fuel Tomorrow

A Plastic Wrapper Today Could Be Fuel Tomorrow

WASHINGTON, April 8 — Scientists worldwide are struggling to make motor fuel from waste, but Richard Gross has taken an unusual approach: making a “fuel-latent plastic,” designed for conversion. It can be used like ordinary plastic, for packaging or other purposes, but when it is waste, can easily be turned into a substitute diesel fuel.

Closing the loops, one process at a time.


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