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GLRPPR Sector Resource: JMU Cooking up Biodiesel to Run in Campus Vehicles

JMU Cooking up Biodiesel to Run in Campus Vehicles


James Madison University will begin producing its own biodiesel fuel from waste cooking oil collected from the campus dining halls. JMU's maintainance and grounds vehicles already use this biodiesel fuel. More information on JMU's biodiesel program is available on the Web site at


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April 20, 2005

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