Ford to use McDonald’s coffee waste to make headlights and other parts

Ford to use McDonald’s coffee waste to make headlights and other parts

Published: 7 hours ago By Hrishikesh Kadam

Ford has made a number of efforts in recent years to incorporate recycled materials in its cars: from using soy products to make seat cushions, to making wiring brackets using tomato skins, to designing bamboo-based inte....

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