All of the earth-moving equipment owned by G&G Hauling & Excavating is running on biodiesel fuel as the company helps build the nation's largest soybean processing facility. G&G says it uses up to 1,200 gallons of B2 fuel per day while building the Louis Dreyfus Commodities plant in Claypool, Indiana. G&G officials say it's a win-win situation by reducing area pollution and supporting the local economy. G&G uses fuel supplied by North Central Co-op Energy. It was NCC's idea to use soy biodiesel during construction.
[Source: Biodiesel Magazine]

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