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Biodiesel gets respect. North Bay companies commit to partly vegetable-based fuel
By KEVIN MCCALLUM
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
Some of Sonoma County's most recognized companies are making the switch to biodiesel for their fleets of trucks and heavy equipment to help reduce emissions and the country's dependence on foreign oil.
North Bay Construction Co., Ghilotti Construction Co. and Clover Stornetta Farms all have begun using blends of the vegetable-based fuel in the past several months, largely because of increased availability and the midsummer spike in diesel oil prices.
The moves reduce the amount of emissions produced by hundreds of backhoes, earthmovers, dump trucks and semi trucks used on projects ranging from the widening of Highway 101 to everyday deliveries of dairy products to local supermarkets.
"We believe long term, it's the right thing to do," said Mkulima Britt, vice president of finance for Clover Stornetta.
About two months ago the dairy products distributor, the largest in the North Bay, began using a 10 percent biodiesel blend ...
Biodiesel plant coming to Claiborne
A new industry that will manufacture eco-friendly biodiesel fuel is coming to Monroe County. Parsons & Whittemore (P&W), a privately held company based in New York, announced recently that it will build a biodiesel refinery at Claiborne, where it also owns and operates the Alabama River and Alabama Pine pulp mills.
The new biodiesel company, known as Independence Renewable Energy Corporation, will utilize state-of-the-art technology to initially produce 20 million gallons of biodiesel annually, according to P&W spokesperson Peggy Jaye. The primary base or feedstock for the plant will initially be soybean oil, although the facility design provides the flexibility for expansion as well as the use of alternate feedstocks. Regional soybean oil sources should find favor due to lower delivery costs.
Construction on the refinery will begin immediately and production is expected to start in the first quarter of 2007. Plans are underway to double ...