Transforming Trash Into Crude Oil

Khan, Naureen
June 2013
National Journal;6/15/2013, p27
The article offers information on recycling firm Vadxx Energy. It mentions that the company conducts operations that transform discarded medical devices and materials into crude oil. According to the author, the company offers the environment-friendly crude oil that it produces for 40 or 50 U.S. dollars per barrel.


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