Who Are We? We're a group of individuals based in or near Palo Alto, CA, dedicated to serving the community by enabling and advocating biodiesel use.
What Is Biodiesel? Biodiesel is a clean, renewable fuel often made from waste vegetable oil that would have otherwise gone into landfills. It can be used in most diesel engines without any modification, including large fleets of garbage trucks, school buses, and big rigs. The fuel is nontoxic, biodegradable, safe enough to eat.
Wednesday, November 26, 2003
Has been set for 11 December from 8-9pm. The plan is to put faces to names, and come up with a regular meeting schedule and location. Email me for directions and for my phone number.
Monday, November 24, 2003
In wired news.
Monday, November 17, 2003
I'm currently exchanging emails with Yokayo biofuels and Acterra (as well as with a few other local biodiesel activists) to get as much info as possible as to logistics and cost, so we can make decisions about how to procede in our first meeting.
our first meeting
Oh yeah, we should have one. Send an email to Mitch if you're interested in coming to the first meeting, and we can all work out a time and place.
Friday, November 14, 2003
After a few posts on paloaltobiodiesel yahoo group, it seems like support is high for a local co-op. I emailed Lindsay (Betty Biodiesel) and she has some suggestions for getting started, which I will post a little later. I also emailed Acterra to see their level of interest.