Seattle-Based Companies Join Forces to Recycle Waste Cooking Oil into Clean Fuel, Offsetting 10+ Million Pounds of Carbon
Washington Businesses to Produce Over 1.4 Million Gallons of Biodiesel
B99 available now at retailers throughout the NorthWest
Local Biodiesel Plant Hits Production Milestone
Northwest’s Largest Sustainable Biodiesel Producer Partners with Far West Fibers to Recycle Used Cooking Oil from Holiday Meals
NORTHWEST BIODIESEL PRODUCERS JOINT PRESS RELEASE ON EXPIRATION OF US BLENDERS CREDIT
SeQuential Pacific Biodiesel plant reaches 10 million gallons of fuel made from recycled cooking oil
Local Recycling Centers Now Accept Used Cooking Oil for Biodiesel Production
Cleaner, Oregon-Produced Ethanol Offers Consumers an Option Towards Energy Independence
Portland biodiesel mandate drives production expansion Salem, Ore.—July 6, 2007—Entertainer Willie Nelson helped Oregon’s first commercial biodiesel plant celebrate its two-year anniversary in a big way, headlining a press conference and ground-breaking of the expansion of the plant. Also scheduled for concert dates in the area that week, Nelson arrived in his biodiesel-powered tour bus for the July 6 event at the SeQuential-Pacific Biodiesel plant in Salem. “Oregon has always been progressive in its thinking, and has been out front in every way about most major issues. This is just another example of Oregon setting a good example for the rest of the country,” said Nelson.
EUGENE, Ore.—July 3, 2007—Governor Ted Kulongoski presided over a bill signing ceremony at the SeQuential Biofuels Station just off I-5 (86714 McVay Hwy) in Eugene. The Governor and a group of influential state leaders gathered at the renewable energy powered biofuel station from 10:30AM to 11:30AM to make comments and to commemorate the signing of the Biofuels Bill into law.