A NEW bus which has begun operating in the UK uses a fuel that will never ever run out.
The 40-seater ‘Bio Bus’, which runs between Bristol Airport and Bath, is powered by methane gas stored in tanks on the roof. The methane gas is produced by human waste and food waste. The carbon dioxide is extracted and the mixture given a little kick by propane. One tank of the gas — equivalent to the waste output of five people — can fuel the bus for a 300 kilometre journey. The gas is being produced at a Wessex Water sewerage plant run by energy firm GENeco.
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Mercedes-Benz calls it a “visually exciting and technically feasible take on the long-distance truck of tomorrow”.
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