A thought-provoking infographic explains how we could be turning our food waste into fuel.Biofuel, biogas, biodiesel, ethanol…. all from what may typically be sent to landfills or make its way into our waterways. When you think about the fact that in the U.S. about 40 percent of the corn we grow is used for ethanol when we could be creating fuel from food waste instead, it’s thought provoking. We could be using that land to grow sustainable crops for human consumption and creating fuel from food waste instead of corn grown specifically for fuel. Think that sounds undoable? It’s not. In Sweden, they have a very efficient waste to energy program, so efficient that they’ve actually run out of waste. Sweden has been forced to import garbage from Norway to create fuel.