Green light for 'UK's first' waste-to-jet-fuel conversion plant

Councillors in Lincolnshire have approved plans for an industrial facility that would convert household and commercial waste into aviation fuel, after officers advised that the proposed scheme is expected to deliver socio-economic benefits including jobs and investment into the region.

by Mark Wilding
A visualistion of the waste-to-jet-fuel plant. Image: Velocys
A visualistion of the waste-to-jet-fuel plant. Image: Velocys

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