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Thanks for sharing that.

Glad I make my own from free restaurant waste oil. With my raw cost currently at $.70/gallon, I find it difficult to see the viablility of commercially produced bio, even with the government subsidies. It seems as if it would need to sell at twice the price of petro diesel in order to be sustainable as a business. 'Green movement' consumers are willing to spend a little more for organic fruits and vegetables, but I doubt the majority of them would pay $6/gallon for fuel.
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