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Waste to Renewable Chemicals

Waste to Renewable Chemicals

1 DAY AGO  |  Kate Kunkel

More than 93% of Edmonton, Alberta’s nearly 880,000 residents recycle, keeping 60% of waste out of the landfills. But that wasn’t good enough for this...

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