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Turley: slash Ireland’s CO2 emissions with ethanol

l Cartrawler founder tells minister that the petrol additive is a painless way to take action on climate change

20th January, 2019
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Mark Turley

Mark Turley, the co-founder of Cartrawler who now runs a huge ethanol business in Hungary, has contacted the Minister for the Environment Richard Bruton with what he said is an “overnight” way to slash Ireland’s carbon emissions.

Turley, who along with his brothers Greg and Niall sold most of their car hire tech firm in 2011 for €110 million, wrote to Bruton last month saying that Ireland could quickly cut its...

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