Spanish biodiesel plant using Japanese plastics-to-fuel technology may be fraud

In Spain, it’s not yet clear if the biodiesel plant in Barajas de Melo is just seriously behind schedule or if it’s a case of fraud. After more than five years of construction, the facility based on a Japanese technology called kurata that is meant to use plastic and industrial waste oils as feedstock has yet to be completed. The project is partly funded by a lot of big name national stars but more importantly to the community are the 24 new full-time jobs the plant is meant to provide when it’s finally operational.

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