Biodeisel availability is increasing

July 2005
Countryside & Small Stock Journal;Jul/Aug2005, Vol. 89 Issue 4, p41
Provides information on a biodiesel plant opened by farmer Andy Sprague in Sturgis, Kentucky in January 2005. Capacity of the plant; Use of an electrical process in the plant to transform soybean oil into biodiesel; Plan of Kentucky Governor Ernie Fletcher to increase production of biodiesel and promote its use in school buses.


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