Mitch Emmons (email@example.com)
AU RESEARCH USING WASTE PLASTICS, COAL TO PRODUCE USABLE FUELS
A brief excerpt:
"AUBURN -- Auburn University researchers are working on ways to convert waste plastics and coal into viable fuels -- a technology that once perfected will reduce the amount of plastics buried in landfills and cut U.S. dependency on foreign oil.
Through the Consortium for Fossil Fuel Liquefaction Science -- comprised of AU, West Virginia University and the universities of Kentucky, Pittsburgh and Utah -- work is underway to combine coal and other fossil fuels such as waste oil with plastics, tire rubber and paper materials to produce fuel oils and transportation fuels..."
We earlier informed you of the Consortium, and it's members.