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Japan to produce aircraft fuel from garbage

Japan Airlines (JAL) will produce aircraft fuel using household garbage from 2022.

Trying to reach net zero carbon dioxide emissions, Japan Airlines (JAL) announced its new target. Japan Airlines will use the biological fuel generated by the conversion of garbage from homes in its aircraft. According to the same report, Japan Airlines will implement this project from the 2022 financial year.

The application that will start in 2022. It is plans to continue in 2050 in the same order.

Japan Airlines, which spent approximately $ 9 million within the scope of the project started in 2018. Japan Airlines’ goal is to achieve net zero carbon dioxide emissions.

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