Copy Ethanol: Fire Up The Xerox, It's Party Time

JUON has developed CopyEthanol, a generator that makes ethanol from your leftover and used copier paper. "CopyEthanol produces zero CO2 emissions and is gentle on the environment. In addition, plant derived ethanol is not converted into CO2 emission equivalents. Using CopyEthanol is easy. You merely insert shredded paper into the machine, turn on the switch, insert some more paper into the tank, and then let it sit for three days, during which time a fermentation solution is made. Ethanol is produced by distilling this fermentation solution at the end of the three day period."

Imagine, you dump all your waste paper into it during the week and then its Absolut party time Friday at 5. Or you could be practical and put it in your car. ::Diginfo

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