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    D1 Oils plc is a UK-based global producer of biodiesel. We are building a global supply chain and network that is sustainable and delivers value from 'earth-to-engine'. Our operations cover agronomy,...
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    NextGen Fuel Inc, a GS AgriFuels Corporation company, is a producer of modular, continuous-flow multi-feedstock biodiesel process equipment based on NextGen’s patent-pending process intensification...
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    Infinifuel realizes the superiority of biodiesel over petrodiesel, and produces biodiesel as a domestically sourced alternative fuel that benefits our economy and our environment. Biodiesel is a...
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    Neste is a forerunner in oil refining and renewable solutions. Neste creates sustainable solutions for transport, business, and consumer needs. Our wide range of renewable products enable our...
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    APN is committed to sustainable agriculture through innovative research and technology. Our team works closely with growers to meet the nutritional needs of their crops on a field-by-field basis....
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    Pacific Natural Energy will allow people to become fuel manufacturers and compete with the real robber baron corporations like EXXON and BP. Now people can do something. We provide an...
  • Article - 12 May 2009
    Financial and environmental costs mean the long term viability of motor racing is being critically questioned. A competitive racing car has been built using environmentally sustainable components and...
  • News - 10 Nov 2020
    The UK's supply of fruit and vegetables has become increasingly reliant on imports from countries vulnerable to climate change, according to a new study in Nature Food. The research, led by the...
  • News - 30 Jun 2020
    NIMS and AIST have developed a small sensor capable of continuously monitoring the plant hormone ethylene. Ethylene gas promotes ripening in fruits and vegetables, but excessive exposure promotes them...
  • News - 8 Jun 2020
    Eggs that would otherwise be wasted can be used as the base of an inexpensive coating to protect fruits and vegetables, according to Rice University researchers. The Brown School of Engineering lab...