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Man Wants to Buy Liposuctioned Fat to Create Biodiesel

December 13, 2006

MIAMI, FL – Lauri Venoy, a Norwegian businessman who now lives in Miami, is negotiating with Jackson Memorial Hospital to obtain the 11.5 liters of human fat obtained from liposuction operations every week, according to the Web site www.shortnews.com.

The fat from the hospital would normally be burned but now could be turned into biodiesel. Work is underway to build a sterilization tank for the fat to meet the businessman’s requirements.

Venoy’s company sells safety equipment and makes biodiesel from biological waste, normally purchased from restaurants and ships. Higher prices for conventional fuel and growing environmental concern are driving up demand for biofuels.

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