SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is launching a citywide program next week to recover restaurant fryer oil and other fats for conversion into biodiesel fuel, which could then be used to power municipal vehicles. Apublic relations representative for the new program, called SFGreaseCycle, indicated that a website for restaurateurs looking to participate would be unveiled Oct. 26. It described the initiative as the first of ...

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