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3 responses to “Recycled Newspapers Could Fuel Tomorrow’s Cars”

  1. Ldavis

    Recently saw some pieces on some news mags like Fox news and the journal with Joan Lundon, that were talking about Industrial recycling and the huge need for more of it. If this was able to become mainstream it would be a huge step in the direction we need within industry. Thanks for the piece.

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