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Nature_and_Environment.10

Renewable Energy Living

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{Nature_and_Environment.10.35}: Karen Iwamoto {kai28} Fri, 22 Apr 2005 08:36:29 CDT (10 lines)

we recently moved to central Massachusetts (ok, 6 months ago now...i
have to stop saying that) & found out an oil co-op that supplies a
bio-diesel blend for home heating fuel. They have to blend it since at
lower temperatures (i don't rememeber how low), bio-diesel apparently
congeals. but the pricing is competetive with, if not cheaped that,
regualr #2 fuel oil (home heating fuel).

http://www.massenergy.com/MECA_BIOIL/index.htm

its not a great solution, but its a start

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