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biodiesel 04/24/2012 @ 5:07am Previously, talking biodiesel meant referring to a small fringe group. Biodiesel, however, is now large business, with the problems that many large businesses face. Biodiesel slowly becoming more commercially viable. It's with the so called Syntroleum that uses animal byproducts, including fat, sinews and tallow, to create what is called a drop-in biodiesel fuel. This drop-in fuel can be used directly in place of oil-based diesel fuel, has lower particulate emissions and burns much more cleanly than traditional diesel fuel.

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