Which came first, the chicken or the biodiesel? Well the chicken obviously (Photo: The American Chemical Society)
Scientists in Nevada have found a new and environmentally friendly source of biodiesel – “chicken feather meal”, a delightful material that consists of chicken feathers, blood, and innards made from the 11 billion pounds of poultry industry waste that accumulates annually in the US alone.
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