Alaska Waste opens Biodiesel Plant in Anchorage!

June 18, 2010

Alaska Waste Biodiesel PlantThe Anchorage Daily News reports that “Alaska Waste unveiled its new $3 million biodiesel plant in South Anchorage on Thursday. The company is collecting waste fryer oil from 240 local restaurants, groceries, hotels and hospitals from Girdwood to Wasilla. Last week, the plant churned out its first batches of biodiesel.”

Read more: http://www.adn.com/2010/06/17/1329094/alaska-waste-opens-biodiesel-plant.html

You can also listen to the story on APRN: http://aprn.org/2010/06/17/alaska-waste-opens-biodiesel-plant/

…and it’s Arctic Vegwerks, not Arctic Vegeworks 😉

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One Response to “Alaska Waste opens Biodiesel Plant in Anchorage!”


  1. […] hear how Alaska Waste and Alaska Green Waste Solutions’ large-scale biodiesel plant in Anchorage is turning recycled cooking oil into fuel for their fleet of garbage trucks. Opened in […]


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