News and information about Biodiesel & alternative fuels.



The Maui News:
"But will Oahu take to a diesel vehicle - no matter how environmentally friendly - that smells like a fried akule?"

"'We'll find out,' said Pacific Biodiesel owner Bob King on Friday, as the first car powered by diesel fuel refined from fish oil rolled out at an Odyssey Day show at Neal Blaisdell Center..."

"Actually, despite all the jokes about herrings and tuna, the fuel source is Bering Sea pollack oil, the residue from processing the fish into surimi, most often seen here as imitation crabmeat."
Far out!

Update: Sadly the Maui News' permalink is broken, so Google's cached version will have to do.