Toyota Is Using Sewage To Power Its New Electric Car

Toyota Is Using Sewage To Power Its New Electric Car
Automotive

A new hydrogen-fueled vehicle is driven by what we flush away

Jennifer Passas
  • 29 september 2016

Remember in Back To The Future when Doc refilled his car with waste found in a garbage can? Well Toyota is hoping to do something similar to power a new fleet of cars it’s producing using a different type of waste. In Fukyoka, Japan, the automaker is converting human waste into hydrogen to fuel their new hydrogen-fueld vehicle, the Mirai.

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