Coffee chaff fuels a truck

03/19/2013 | EarthTechling.com

A byproduct of coffee production has been used to fuel a modified Ford pickup. Coffee chaff was heated, breaking it down into carbon monoxide and hydrogen, with the latter used to power the truck's conventional engine in a demonstration carried out at the U.K.'s Woodford Airfield in Stockport, Greater Manchester, last month.

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