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Oil from household waste. Computer artwork showing how oil is produced from household waste. Household waste arrives on a truck. It is heated and water is added in the first drum. Enzymes are then added in the large drum (diagonal across centre). Two by-products come out: solid remains of the waste and a biofluid containing the enzymes. The oil produced is stored in a silo (round, upper right).
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