NY Times on biodiesel pollution

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The New York Times, March 11, 2008
Pollution Is Called a Byproduct of a ‘Clean’ Fuel
By BRENDA GOODMAN

 MOUNDVILLE, Ala. — After residents of the Riverbend Farms subdivision
noticed that an oily, fetid substance had begun fouling the Black
Warrior River, which runs through their backyards, Mark Storey, a
retired petroleum plant worker, hopped into his boat to follow it
upstream to its source.It turned out to be an old chemical factory that had been converted into Alabama’s first biodiesel plant, a refinery that intended to
turn soybean oil into earth-friendly fuel….

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