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Alcohol and automobiles famously do not mix – but one Scottish scientist has disproved that maxim by driving a car powered by biofuel derived from making whisky.Tangney said Celtic would get inexpensive or free raw materials from the distillery it works with which is keen to cut the 300,000 pounds ($386,370) a year it costs to dispose of the whisky waste residues.With the raw material available throughout Scotland, Tangney estimates it could eventually produce 50 million liters of biofuel each year.
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