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Educate >Biodiesel: the leading alternative fuel > References

(2007) All about Biodiesel. Retrieved April 8, 2008 from the Biodiesel Fuel Online website:

(2008) Biodiesel 101. Retrieved April 8, 2008 from the Biodiesel Basics website:

(2008) Biodiesel: A homegrown fuel for the nation and Spokane Region. Retrieved April 7, 2008, from the Spokane county conservation district website:

(2007) Biodiesel Car Guide. Retrieved April 5, 2008, from the Biodiesel America website:

2007) Biodiesel conversion. Retrieved April 8, 2008, from the Biodiesel conversion website:

(2008) Biodiesel: the latest information on Biodiesel products. Retrieved from the Biodiesel at home website:

(2007) Biodiesel Basics. Retrieved from the union of concerned scientists’ website:

(2008) How Biodiesel Works. Retrieved from the “how stuff works” website:

(2007) Biodiesel Facts. Retrieved from the Biodiesel; now website:

(2008) Benefits of Biodiesel. Retrieved from the Biodiesel magazine website:


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