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  • Plastic waste could power cars

    The Times of India , 5th Sep 2018

    "Light-absorbing material is added to the plastic before it is placed in an alkaline solution and then exposed to sunlight, which creates hydrogen, said researchers from Swansea University in the UK."

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  • To date, human industrial development has been defined by technology

    Royal Society of Chemistry , 4th Sep 2018

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  • Cars fueled by plastic waste: Scientists develop novel recycling solution

    Packaging Insights , 4th Sep 2018

    "Scientists at Swansea University, UK, may have found a way to minimize the scourge of plastic pollution while feeding the insatiable and global demand for car fuel. Discarded plastic could be used to fuel cars in the future thanks to a ground-breaking process developed by scientists from the University"

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  • Scientists developing way of using waste plastic to create car fuel

    Swansea University Press Office , 3rd Sep 2018

    Discarded plastic could be used to fuel cars in the future thanks to a ground-breaking process developed by scientists from Swansea University, they have been able to transform unwanted plastic into hydrogen which in turn could be used to run cars.

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  • Plastic waste bid to fuel hydrogen cars at Swansea University

    BBC News Wales , 2nd Sep 2018

    "Scientists have developed a way of turning plastic waste into hydrogen and hope it could one day fuel cars."

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