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Bioethanol fuel from Tissues waste Petrol Alternative

Now, petrol can be extracted from tissue paper that claimed made by a Pakistani student. As per report on local news channel petrol can be extracted from tissue paper waste. A Pakistani student named Zainab is claiming to produce Bio-ethanol from tissues waste in order to produce cheap fuel alternative to petrol in Pakistan. As per claims she have already received many awards.

Usage of ethanol will be environment friendly due to Clean Emissions compared to petroleum emissions. This video below gives demonstration of her achievements so far.

Petrol from Tissues DailyMotion Video:

What is Bioethanol?

Bioethanol is a denatured alcohol additionally called Methylated Spirits
Bioethanol or simply “ethanol” is a renewable vitality source made by maturing the sugar and starch parts of plant by-items – primarily sugarcane and harvests like grain, utilizing yeast.

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It is likewise produced using corn, potatoes, milk, rice, beetroot and as of late grapes, banana and dates relying upon the nations farming quality.
Bioethanol has numerous uses: It is mixed with petrol to make a really reasonable transport fuel, its utilized as a part of restorative and other assembling courses of action, and it makes the clean smoldering, wonderful moving fire in our chimneys.

Video credits: Dunya TV

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Jennifer Mccarthy

Jennifer is Associate Professor (Ph.D) at Air University. Research Interests: Informatics; analysis of large-scale biological data sets (genomics, gene expression, proteolytic, networks); algorithms for integration of data from multiple data sources; visualization of biological data; machine learning methods in bio-informatics.

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