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Waste Energy News: Army’s “Center of Lethality” Targets Green Fuel Cell To Recover Waste

Waste Energy News: Army’s “Center of Lethality” Targets Green Fuel Cell To Recover Waste

A new green fuel cell is in the works courtesy of the US Army’s “Center of Lethality,” aka the Armament Research, Development and Engineering Center headquartered at Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey. The fuel cell is designed to run on corn ethanol, which we don’t find particularly exciting nowadays, but it could end up playing an important role in the Army’s ability to manage the hazardous materials waste stream from its munitions manufacturing operations. The project is still in the planning stages but it looks like the Army Ammunition Plant in Middletown, Iowa, will serve as the first test facility.

Waste Energy News: Fuel from Chicken Feathers?

Waste Energy News: Fuel from Chicken Feathers?

If we go by the stats, every year 11 billion pounds of poultry industry waste accumulates annually, because we have gigantic appetite for poultry products. They can’t be stuffed into pillows. Mostly they are utilized as low-grade animal feed. Scientists in Nevada have created a new and environmentally friendly process for developing biodiesel fuel from [...]

Nanotube Technology Transforms CO2 Into Fuel

Nanotube Technology Transforms CO2 Into Fuel

Presence of surplus carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has taken center stage in the environmental science. All over the world people are worried about the excess amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere because it’s causing undesirable changes in the surroundings such as green house effect, global warming, melting of ice caps on the glaciers [...]


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