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May 19, 2005

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I was pleased you enjoyed your Amtrack travel and interested to read of such a good service. I am a Brit and in the UK we have been following Europe into a new generation of trains and better service also.

In fact, despite high prices on UK trains, they are really too popular during the day and the railways are fast reaching capacity on many lines.

There is even talk of double-decker trains to increase capacity!

I am an Environmental Engineer, and am very interested in the idea of sustainability, and trains at least are a more sustainable form of travel than the motor car and flying.

In my opinion transport can become "sustainable" if we move towards renewable fuels instead of fossil fuels which are responsible for greenhouse gas emissions.

I wonder if you would be interested to view my web site http://www.anaerobic-digestion.com where there is information on the Anaerobic Digestion of waste materials, and also some information about the Anaerobic Digestion (AD) of energy crops?

AD produces methane, and this can be further processed into renewable biodiesel.

Also, I find your blog a great read. Best wishes.

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