Found: The Missing Link From Garbage To Power Plant
Researchers have long struggled to convert garbage into fuel pellets that could be burned with coal to generate electricity. But two roadblocks arose. Systems to separate recyclables such as plastic and glass from combustible garbage were poor at best. And fuel pellets often broke up in transport and rarely stayed intact if stored for long periods.
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