The clean diesel cars that are produced today are comparable with the petrol ones in terms of the NOx, NO2 & PM they emit.…
November 18, 2014 | Energy Global
Johnson Matthey Davey Technologies is behind a new development involving reactive distillation for biodiesel production, which was recognized at the annual Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Awards last week.
The new technology produces biodiesel, a clean burning fuel that can be used in place of regular diesel in cars, trucks and other vehicles. This benefits not only customers, by converting low cost waste oils (like used cooking oils) into high grade usable fuel, but also for the environment as it transforms a usually hard to dispose of byproduct into a sustainable clean product.