Cruise ships use fish waste as fuel

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Springwise have followed the growing trend of making the travel industry more sustainable. From promoting sustainable housing for tourists to using plastic bottles as transport payment, innovations from across the globe are working on creating more environmentally-friendly options for travellers. A cruise ship company is now also attempting to make their business more sustainable. Hurtigruten Cruises have started a green initiative to use waste fish parts as biofuel to power their cruise ships. The leftovers from fish processing for food, mixed with other organic waste products, can produce a biogas. The gas will then convert into a liquid and function as…

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