PITTSBURGH Parkhurst Dining Services said it is recycling the trans-fat-free oil used at its corporate, campus and cultural contract-dining accounts to generate bio-diesel fuel for company-owned vehicles and farm equipment used by suppliers. According to chief executive Nick Camody, the rising price of fuel and concerns about the environment prompted the new initiative. The foodservice contractor uses an outside company to recycle the oil. The resulting bio fuel powers the vehicles ...
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