First Bulk Biodiesel Terminal for NH

March 25, 2004 [SolarAccess.com] The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services and Rymes Propane and Oils, Inc., of Concord are hosting a press event on Friday, April 2, 2004, to announce the opening of the first bulk biodiesel terminal in New Hampshire, along with five additional retail outlets for the sale of blended biodiesel. The project will make the cleaner fuel more readily available statewide. Rymes Propane and Oils, Inc. recently received its first railcar shipment of pure biodiesel (B100), a domestically produced vegetable oil-based diesel fuel replacement, direct from a mid-western manufacturer to their new storage facility in North Stratford, New Hampshire. Rymes will sell the biodiesel wholesale from the bulk terminal and in a 20 percent blend with petroleum diesel (B20) at five retail fueling stations located in Antrim, Peterborough, Keene, Greenfield, and Loudon. This local source of biodiesel will help ensure a steady supply of the cleaner-burning fuel in New Hampshire and could lead to a reduction in the price of biodiesel and biodiesel blends in the region. For more information on this event, please contact Becky Ohler at (603) 271-6749 or Jim Martin at (603) 271-3710 or email: jmartin@des.state.nh.us
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