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New Jersey Company Converts Waste Products Into Biodiesel, Says Designer Accessories Beginning To Jam Gears

Posted in Alt Fuels, Diesel, Fuel, Hybrid Technologies, Newsworthy, Videos by Suzanne Denbow | September 29th, 2008 | 1 Response |

New Jersey raw waste, courtesy of GuidoFistPump.com

Newark, NJ-based Innovation Fuels has made headlines recently for spearheading the green energy movement in New Jersey. Capitalizing on New Jersey’s status as the nation’s leading exporter of animal, kitchen, and hair grease, Innovation Fuels has developed a successful method for mass converting large amounts of the raw material into biodiesel. Watch the Ledger Live video footage below to learn more.

Making biodiesel

[Source: NJ Ledger Live]

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  1. good job. sometime back I did trade-in my no longer wanted mobile phones, computer peripherals, mobile chargers etc. with recycling companies and the fund raised from these; I donated to charity. I feel quite happy to do so.