Australia may use grape, olive and citrus waste to make biodiesel
"So the question we are asking is and the question we want to test is, 'is it economically feasible to use any of the waste or low grade product from these new plant sectors as biodiesel products? As well as doing some economic tests on the more established grain-based biodiesel supplies," she told ABC.
Groups in other areas have talked about using waste from the citrus industry to make biofuel. We mentioned the possibility for Florida's biofuel industry a month or so ago (see also this story at The Soy Daily).
[Source: ABC News (Australia)]
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