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Europe’s biofuels market is dominated by crop biodiesel, which is worse for the climate than fossil diesel and increasingly comes from palm oil and other important vegetable oils, according to the Transport
The biohazardous, pollution risk was being converted into more than 2,600 gallons of biodiesel.
In early October, the EPA asked for public comment on cutting biodiesel quotas.
The trial traced the story of a father and son, routinely strapped for cash, who were facing yet another business failure as their biodiesel company bled money.
Holte previously owned a car dealership in the San Francisco Bay area that specialized in biodiesel vehicles and worked as an engineer for Agilent Technologies, a spinoff of Hewlett-Packard, according to his University of Akron page.
Some is converted into biodiesel for power generators.
The university’s original algae research focused on biofuels, including biodiesel, but the economic incentive for those projects tanked along with gas prices several years ago.
Thames Water has partnered with a renewable-fuel company to dig fatbergs out of sewers and turn them into biodiesel.
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