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Biodiesel Co-op reveals pumping technology

May 6, 2014, Cowichan, B.C. - Cowichan Biodiesel Co-operative and Cowichan Energy Alternatives will be installing its biodiesel pumping equipment in Bings Creek, equipment that could revolutionize B.C.’s biofuel co-ops.


May 6, 2014
By Canadian Biomass

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May 6, 2014, Cowichan, B.C. – Cowichan Biodiesel
Co-operative and Cowichan Energy Alternatives will be installing its biodiesel
pumping equipment in Bings Creek, equipment that could revolutionize B.C.’s
biofuel co-ops.

 

According to a report from the Cowichan News Leader, the new
pumping technology features a high-tech keypad with fuel-measuring system,
which will allow co-op members to pump biodiesel into their vehicles.

 

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The biodiesel is being produced at the Cowichan Biodiesel
Co-operative manufacturing facility in Bings Creek, using used vegetable oils
from area restaurants. The Bings Creek manufacturing site will also be home to
the new pumping station.

 

Cowichan hopes that this will be a system that can be used
at other colleague co-ops in Victoria, Nelson and Vancouver.

 

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