Author: Greg Pahl forword by Bill McKibben
Publisher: Chelsea Green, 2005
Soft Cover, 6"x9", 281 pages
Biodiesel has powered tour buses for Neil young, Bonnie Raitt, and Willie Nelson. Dary; Hannah's private vehicle runs on it, while Republican and Democratic politicians alike are backing its development. It's more biodegradable tan sugar and less toxic than table sal, and the production process can take place on a massive industrial scale or gallon by gallon in your garage.
In this book, Greg Pahl shares the history of biodiesel, explains the technology in straightforward terms, and explores its potential in the United States and beyond.
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