BA is building a waste to fuel plant - is this the dawn of green aviation?

BA is building a waste to fuel plant - is this the dawn of green aviation?
British Airways has announced it will open Europe's first waste to jet fuel plant, is the start of green aviation or a publicity stunt?
Once this is up and running it will finally be green to fly
I won't fly as it's still too unenvironmentally friendly
This is not a PR stunt but it will not help the fight against climate change

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