Indian Railways to use diesel produced from recycled plastic

In India, Indian Railways announced it wants to produce biodiesel for use in its trains using technology patented by the CSIR-Indian Institute of Petroleum. The technology breaks down plastic waste, so in essence is recycled diesel rather than biodiesel. About 850 liters of diesel can be produced from one metric ton of plastic waste.

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