PITTSBURGH —Parkhurst Dining Services, the contract foodservice concern based here, said it is recycling the trans-fat-free oil used at its corporate, campus and cultural dining accounts to generate biodiesel fuel that will be used to power company-owned vehicles as well as the equipment used by farmers the firm partners with. The rising price of fuel and concerns about the environment were the drivers of the new initiative, said Nick Camody, chief executive of Parkhurst. ...
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