green-crude_2.jpgA New Zealand company says it has produced the first samples of green crude oil at a commercially competitive price, made from wild algae grown on human sewage.

The biodiesel is extracted from the algae’s natural oils and produces 90 percent less emissions than regular diesel.

(READ the story in the New Zealand Herald)


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