The British Airways-Solena Fuels partnership will build the GreenSky London facility on the site of the former Coryton oil refinery in Essex. The facility, which will convert landfill waste into jet fuel, will open in 2017, two years later than originally planned. GreenSky London will convert approximately 575,000 tonnes of post-recycled waste, normally destined for landfill or incineration, into 120,000 tonnes of clean burning liquid fuels.  British Airways has made an 11-year ...

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