In London, sewer fat will power world’s largest grease-powered electricity plant

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Stay Green Oil has already offered those with waste oil the opportunity to re-use it, rather than throwing it away. In the UK, discarded oil and fat is causing problems in the capital's sewer systems, and now 2OC aims to tackle the problem with the world's largest fat-powered renewable electricity plant. According to Thames Water, which has agreed a GBP 200 million, 20-year contract with the company, the 'fatbergs' caused by restaurants and kitchens putting oil and fat down the drain create 40,000 blockages in London's sewers annually, at a cost of GBP 1 million a month. Now 2OC will…

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