College students turn dining hall fry oil into biodiesel
Campuses often have large green spaces that need to be maintained and maintenance vehicles that run between buildings, right? All of those vehicles need fuel and with prices spiking in 2008 and expected to rise again in the future, it makes sense to take waste material and turn it into something useful. Dickinson is currently producing 50-150 gallons of biodiesel a week. With tuition rising, anything schools can do to cut costs has got to help.
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