NetJets has purchased a stake in WasteFuel, a business centered around converting landfill waste into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). The move marks a significant step forward in its investment towards incorporation of SAF into its fleet operations. NetJets plans to purchase 100 million gallons of SAF from WasteFuel over the next 10 years as part of the partnership. The two companies have started work on a plant in Manila, Philippines, to support the company’s growth, along with Prime Infra—an infrastructure development company. When at full capacity, the refinery will convert 1 million tons of municipal waste into 30 million gallons of SAF each year, according to a company press release.