simoniker from the don't-have-to-be-nuts-to-work-here dept.
sbszine writes "The Sydney Morning Herald is running an article about a green power plant that runs on the discarded shells of macadamia nuts. The power plant, located in Gympie, Queensland, is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by around 9500 tonnes in its first year of operation."
Once it hits the fan, the only rational choice is to sweep it up, package it,
and sell it as fertilizer.