An organic garden and farm products manufacturer is taking its green message a step further by creating its own biodiesel to run its fleet of trucks. Peats Soil, which makes potting mixes, soils and mulches in South Australia, is creating biodiesel from the ‘dirty water’ gathered from food manufacturing locations. The eco biodiesel will fuel a fleet of 14 new Scania trucks that will be used for Peats’ collection and delivery operations throughout South Australia.
Renew Economy: Rachel Wall on 20 October 2015
Key Words: Climate Change, technology
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