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March 03, 2019 | The Bemidji Pioneer
Biodiesel is a Minnesota-made fuel, created from renewable resources such as excess soybean oil, inedible corn oil, and processed restaurant grease. It burns cleaner than traditional petroleum fuels and helps to add lubricity to the ultra low sulfur diesel sold in the United States.
Thanks to biodiesel, Minnesota is less dependent on imported oil, and the three biodiesel refineries in our state create jobs and tax revenue. It's a winning combination that benefits us all.
Robert Moffitt, Blaine, is the director for Clean Air for the American Lung Association in Minnesota.