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Thursday, December 2, 2010

SF approves biodiesel plant after long delay - SFGate

Bill Kane of the Chronicle writes,
San Francisco's fat can become fuel after a long-stalled biodiesel production facility on San Francisco's southeastern waterfront gained approval from the city's Port Commission.

The new operation, owned by Darling International Inc.
(a Texas-based company locally located at 429 Amador St), will produce 10 million gallons of biofuel each year using leftover cooking oil.
Read more at SFGate

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