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|Thursday, April 29, 2010|
Biodiesel production in Oregon has successfully created a few jobs and earned environmental and legislative support as a promising alternative fuel.
But there is still much work to do before Oregon can compete with out-of-state biodiesel producers.
Read the full story at the Mail Tribune.
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