Georgian town struggling with UCO program due to lack of donations

December 5, 2013 |

In Georgia, the town of Smyrna has succeeded in lowering its fuel bill significantly by powering its municipal vehicles with used cooking oil biodiesel at $2 per gallon rather than $3.80 at the pump. The program, however, relies on donations of used cooking oil collected at fire stations and recycling centers, but residents aren’t supplying enough oil to make the move to biodiesel a total success.

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