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US: Massachusetts bans non-waste biodiesel
Source : biofuels-news.com
The state of Massachusetts has shocked producers of second- and third-generation biodiesel produced from non-food feedstocks by banning their product from being counted as biodiesel when the state introduces its biodiesel mandate in 2011. Massachusetts is to become one of the first US states to introduce a biodiesel mandate. From 1 July 2011, producers of petroleum diesel will be legally compelled to add either 2% or 3% biodiesel to their product, a figure to be decided by the end of 2010. Every gallon of biodiesel added to petroleum diesel in the 12 months preceding this can be deducted from the required amount added after this date.
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26 August 2009 |
United States & Canada
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