SAN FRANCISCO City vehicles in San Francisco will be fueled in part by used grease from local restaurants under a new GreaseCycle program launched by the Public Utilities Commission this week. In the recent expansion of a contract with Bio Solar Group, grease will be collected from more than 50 participating restaurants and converted into biodiesel fuel to be used in municipal vehicles. Under the program, restaurants are offered 5-gallon to 55-gallon receptacles to store the grease, ...
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