Waste product from paper production) into DME (DiMethyl Ether), a clean fuel - Video
Danish company Haldor Topsoe, supplier of catalytic processes and technologies, reveals a technology which can transform black liquor (a waste product from paper production) into DME (DiMethyl Ether), a clean fuel but can also be used for cars. Volvo, one of the project partners, has tested DME and named it 'the preferred fuel' among the green fuels available. The project taking place in Sweden, usess the entire technology chain: from the paper mill supplying black liquor via gas stations for fuelling DME to trucks actually running on DME
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