So it really is big news.
- Used cooking oil contains unreleased energy
- Instead of it being a troublesome waste it can be refined into a useful fuel
- The world’s No 1 source of CO2 emissions is electricity generation
- Therefore Living Fuels has developed LF100 which powers electricity generators
The media – press, radio and television – crowded into a recycling centre near Norwich to see what Norfolk County Council meant by its headline:
‘Powerful green solution means less drain on the environment’
They filmed, recorded and photographed bottles of used cooking oil being emptied into a bright new container supplied by Living Fuels – one of 18 installed at the county council’s recycling centres across the county.
Then two BBC crews insisted on going straight on to the Living Fuels HQ at Freedom Farm, Hockwold to see what happens next. They wanted to demonstrate to their listeners and viewers that a generator at the site, powered by LF100, is successfully producing green electricity around the clock.
Living Fuels Team
They saw used cooking oil being delivered to the Living Fuels unit and LF100 emerging from despatch. And the latest update is that Living Fuels has applied to patent its unique refining process.