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London's iconic red buses to run on biofuel made from old coffee

The fuel will be supplied by a demonstration project set up by London-based Bio-bean and Royal Dutch Shell

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The biofuel demonstration project will produce 6,000 litres of the fuel a year. Britain produces 500,000 tonnes of used coffee grounds annually.

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LONDON'S iconic red double-decker buses will soon run on a biofuel partially made from old coffee grounds.

The fuel will be supplied by a demonstration project set up by Bio-bean Ltd, a London-based company that joined with Royal Dutch Shell Plc on the initiative. It will

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