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Anyone in Nashville making biodiesel?

 
                                    
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Looking for someone in or around Nashville that is home-brewing biodiesel. Interested in learning. Thanks
 
                            
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There are some people doing it, but the only name that I can recall is a local radio personality named Phil Valentine. He converted a Mercedes, and set up a system for converting waste cooking oil. It was called the Bio Benz. Haven't heard much about it for a while, but there's probably info about it available out there somewhere. It's worth looking into, and makes me wish I still had that old Toyota diesel truck.
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