What to do with leftovers

With Thanksgiving just behind us in the US and Chrismass on the horizon, now could be a good time to think about what to do with the excess food we’re going to try to consume in the richer parts of the developed world.
Researchers at Penn State University in the US suggest that table scraps could be a good starting point for bacteria-based hydrogen fuel cells

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One Response to What to do with leftovers

  1. Barbara 27 November, 2007 at 2:13 pm #

    Better still, why not use table scraps to create hydrogen and hence cyclohexane, which is always in short supply and will fetch you around €850/tonne on the open market?

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