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London Sewer Fat the Next Renewable Fuel

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April 23, 2013
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Turning a menace - into a renewable energy source. Oil and fat which currently costs Thames Water in London millions to clear every year is being collected and used to power a new electricity plant. As Joanna Partridge reports the project - the biggest of its kind in the world - is being seen as a model for other cities.


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