London buses will soon transport people around the capital using a fuel partly derived from waste coffee grounds, after Royal Dutch Shell and Bio-bean agreed a deal with Transport for London (TfL). A new biofuel, which contains coffee oil, is being added to the London bus fuel supply chain. Working with partner Argent Energy, Bio-bean has produced enough coffee oil to power one bus for an entire year. The oil is used as a pure-blend for a 20% bio-component that is mixed with mineral diesel to form the B20 fuel.
Edie 20th Nov 2017 read more »