Britain’s first bus to be powered by human and food waste has taken to the roads.
The 40-seat Bio-Bus, nicknamed “the number two”, will transport people between Bath and Bristol Airport.
The biomethane gas it runs on is produced at a sewage treatment works at Avonmouth.
A cafe has opened in Bristol serving food past its sell-by date taken from supermarket skips and restaurants.
Skipchen is being run as a not-for-profit cafe in Stokes Croft by campaigners highlighting the amount of edible food that is thrown away.
Cafe manager Sam Joseph said: “We see them do it and get the food out and into a refrigerator straight away.”
The menu, which changes daily, has so far included lobster, gorgonzola omelettes and seafood platters.