Daniel Yar Hamidi CEO of Inicia, left, and professor Mohammad Taherzadeh with samples of their "green" product.
While studying the possibilities of waste recycling, researchers at a Swedish university have come up with an unlikely suspect for an alternative fuel source - the orange. Citrus waste is usually a complete write-off in the compost game because it contains an antibacterial substance which slows its breakdown, but the research team has discovered that these acidic skins have more uses than they receive credit for.
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