SeQuential-Pacific Biodiesel is teaming up with some pretty prominent companies in the Seattle area to turn used cooking oil into biodiesel.
Several prominent companies in the Seattle metro area have partnered with SeQuential Pacific Biodiesel to recycle used cooking oil into clean-burning biodiesel fuel.
SeQuential Pacific Biodiesel will gather used cooking oil from the two stadiums along with vendors at Pike Place Market, the University of Washington and Taco Time Corp.
CenturyLink Field, Pike Place Market, Safeco Field, Taco Time Corp. and the University of Washington are partnering with SeQuential-Pacific Biodiesel to recycle used cooking oil into clean-burning biodiesel.
As conversations about climate change, renewable resources and national energy politics continue, prominent companies in the Seattle metro area have decided to take action.
A top Portland biodiesel producer has landed waste cooking oil recycling agreements with several landmark Seattle institutions.
Days away from rolling ReCab, James Orr says customers will notice a familiar smell emanating from his taxi's tailpipe: fried food.
Oregon's "clean fuels" program aired before the Legislature today, with business divided and the military lining up with environmentalists in support.
SeQuential Biofuels station in Eugene, Ore. The company supports a push to expand Oregon's low-carbon fuel standards, but many conventional fuel corporations are lobbying against it.
US-based Sequential Pacific Biodiesel (SPB) is to return supplying a B99 biodiesel blend to over 30 local retail outlets throughout Oregon and Washington.