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Old 02-22-2008, 10:06 PM
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Bio Prices?

Might be beating a dead chicken here, but how much are people paying for bio diesel lately? And does anyone have any recommended vendors in Colorado?
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Old 02-23-2008, 12:41 AM
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$3.49 per gal in Vegas for B5
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check biodiesel.org and you can find retailers near you.
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B99 in L.A. was 3.69
Diesel is 3.75
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b-100 here in MA is 3.89 a gallon
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In Marin co. (SF bay area) B100 $3.77 Diesel #2 $3.89 Prices are always higher in the winter.
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Filled up yesterday @ $3.36 for B20; dino-diesel going for $3.54. First time in at least two months that B20 was cheaper than dino. Don't even get me started on how far out of line the prices are; we keep buying the fuel....so the prices will stay up there. While thin-ing up my wallet yesterday ($90 to fill the tank ) I found out there is a second place in town that sells bio-diesel though the clerk wasn't sure where or what grade. For a city of 90k (not to mention the surrounding communties) I have a hard time believing there is only two retailers of bio-diesel. http://www.nearbio.com/ only list the one I've been using. Too bad these folks don't want to "toot their horn".
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2.99 for B99.9 in North Houston. Almost fifty cent less than Dino D. They have my business.
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