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British Airways and US firm join forces in waste-to-jet fuel project

1:43 PM MDT | April 22, 2014 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Solena Fuels (Washington), in partnership with British Airways, has committed to building the world’s first facility to convert landfill waste into jet fuel, British Airways says. The chosen location for the project is the Thames Enterprise Park, part of the site of the former Coryton oil refinery at Thurrock, UK. The site has transport links and fuel storage facilities. The facility is due to be completed in 2017, British Airways says. "We anticipate starting construction of the site in approximately 12 months, after all the requisite permits and...

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