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Meet the owner of a farm in Italy made fuel to run his car from cow poo

Rome: An Italian farm converts cattle dung into electricity and automobile gasoline. The farm lies in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy, near Piacenza.

With roughly 600 cows, this farm also produces a significant amount of milk. However, the proprietor, seeking ways to diversify his business, had the novel concept of producing gasoline from bovine dregs.

The farm’s owner, Nicoletta Cella, demonstrated how agricultural byproducts and dung may be used to generate electricity. A unique facility behind the farm recovered bio-methane from animal manure and established a fuel distribution center just meters away. As a result, people came looking for low-cost gasoline, and the farm owner’s concept became popular.

The petrol station debuted in February of last year. Then came the Ukraine conflict, and the rise in gasoline costs exacerbated the initiative’s demise. In addition to tackling the energy issue, the program offers a method to reduce methane gas emissions. Methane emissions from cattle manure, according to the European Commission, are a substantial contributor to climate change.

Last year, at the UN Climate Conference COP26 in Glasgow, world leaders pledged to cut methane emissions by at least 30% by 2030.

The world’s media is praising this Italian farm for discovering a sustainable solution to the climate catastrophe.

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