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Cars to run on Grass Clippings

Grass Clippings into Biofuel Now you might be a little confused by this news article title as you will note that Grass Clippings is the name of this well visited lawn advice blog - over 1,000 readers per day and rising. There are over 250 technical lawn articles to aid the lawn owner, amateur and professional alike in their quest for a better lawn.

The Carbon Trust has announced that it is working with the University of York to research how microwave technology could turn garden and wood waster into biofuel.
A consortium led by Axion Energy funded by the Department for Transport and the Department of Energy and Climate aims to produce its first biofuel from a pilot plant in 2014. Finally Your Race Course may have a solution to their grass cuttings disposal problem - take them to the University maybe?

Read more of the article in The Daily Telegraph


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