Biodiesel Makers See Opportunity in New York Green Future

[The New York Times] On an industrial strip of land hemming Newtown Creek, pipelines snake low to the ground, connecting an array of giant beige oil tanks. From outward appearances, this little patch of Texas in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, would not seem to easily fit into Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s plan for a greener, less petroleum-dependent future. But this fuel terminal may soon be home to one of the largest biodiesel fuel manufacturing plants in the country.
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