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Living to generate energy from UCO

UK-based renewable energy firm Living Fuels has opened its new biofuels processing plant in Hockwold, near Thetford.

Part of the Renewable Energy Generation Group, Living Fuels produces biofuel from used cooking oil (UCO) collected from over 270 recycling centres located in the UK.

This fuel, known as LF100, is then used by the company to generate electricity and heat in CHP units across the county.

The £1 million (€1.13 million) facility has created five new jobs.

It has been reported that Living Fuels has collected almost one million litres of UCO to date for use as renewable energy.