UK-based Origo Industries is working with Liverpool's John Lennon Airport to trial a program in which its Ecobox system will be used to capture CO2 emissions from within the terminal building and recycle them through a "photo-bioreactor" to create an algae-based biofuel to power the airport's ground vehicles and potentially generate electricity. Installation began in January and Origo expects the system to provide up to 250 liters of biofuel a day. The photo-bioreactor has been connected to ...

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