John Lewis turns waste cooking oil into fleet fuel

December 26, 2011 |

In the UK, John Lewis department stores is converting the cooking oil from its in-store cafeterias into biodiesel for use in its more than 70 forklifts at its distribution center in Northamptonshire.

The forklifts use a Volkswagen engine approved for the use of biofuel. The company aims to recycle 75% of its waste by 2012.

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