Central Indiana’s First Soy Biodiesel Plant Opens Doors

Morristown, Indiana [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] Integrity Biofuels, central Indiana’s first soy biodiesel plant opened its doors August 1st. The response from the community and leaders in the state was overwhelming. Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Skillman has long been a proponent of renewable resources and the positive backing and impact that Indiana government has given the renewable fuel industry is impressive. Integrity Biofuels is proud to be a pioneer of biodiesel production in Indiana, committed to using soybean oil from the mid-west to provide quality ASTM spec biodiesel. Biodiesel made from soybeans can be used in any diesel engine with few or no modifications, and can be blended with petroleum diesel at any level.
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