ATLANTA The restaurant industry has been a champion of turning used fryer oil into biodiesel fuel. Some operations, particularly those that self-distribute or offer delivery service, have taken the additional “green” step of using the recovered oil to fuel their own vehicles. What kind of investment do they face, and what sort of return can they expect? Matt Friedman shares the dollars-and-cents experiences of his 100-unit Wing Zone chain. Tell us a bit about your chain's oil ...
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