No Such Thing as Waste

A NZ company has stunned international researchers by successfully developing a fuel which blends petrol with organic waste. The Aquaflow Bionomic Corporation’s breakthrough bio-diesel is made up of 95% petrol and 5% liquid squeezed from algae grown on human sewage. While the first batch of algae used came from sewage ponds, the company claims that organic waste from freezing works and dairy farms is equally effective. NZ energy minister David Parker and Greens co-leader Jeanette Fitzsimons recently drove a 4WD powered by the Aqaflow bio-diesel through central Wellington and claimed the fuel “performed admirably.”


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Pagerie Kitting Out Pets in Designer Accessories

Pagerie Kitting Out Pets in Designer Accessories

Reports show that the number of pet owners in the US and UK increased after Covid-19, and that people, especially millennials without kids, are willing to spend more on pooches, shopping…