Monday, July 26, 2010

"Coming soon to I-65 will be 7 new E85 Ethanol and 8 new BioDiesel public refueling points as a part of the Alabama Clean Fuels Coalition and ADECA's participation in the Department of Energy's I-65 Clean Corridor from the Great Lakes to the Gulf of Mexico. Check back regularly for station location updates."

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5 comments:

Robbie Brannigan said...

How do you feel about this fueling the issues with corn and soy in the food industry? I feel like it'd be going against what I've been avoiding in food this last year.

Pete Halupka said...

Hm. I'm just diving into biofuel issues. But from what I know, we can use biowaste for fuel, and even algae. I mean, you can use used fry oil for god's sake. So I would guess that corn and soy industries would fight to use unused corn/soy rather than creating a sustainable, or nearly sustainable, fuel by utilizing our biowaste.

We should talk more about it so we can answer our questions.

Robbie Brannigan said...

I seem to be at the same place with this biofuel stuff. I'm looking at buying a diesel because I need a car and all that. Hop on dat AIM sometime.

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