Turley: slash Ireland’s CO2 emissions with ethanol

Turley: slash Ireland’s CO2 emissions with ethanol
Mark Turley

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

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.

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