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If cows could fly: What’s in United Airlines’ biofuels?

If cows could fly: What's in United Airlines' biofuels?

We lately covered the statement that United Airlines was powering arranged trips with biofuels made by AltAir Paramount, “a California-based refinery that transforms lasting feedstocks, like non-edible all-natural oils as well as farming wastes, right into low-carbon, renewable jet gas, inning accordance with United.” The initial talk about the blog …

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If cows could fly: What’s in United Airlines’ biofuels?

© Honeywell doesn't mention beef tallow much either.

We just recently covered the statement that United Airlines was powering scheduled trips with biofuels made by AltAir Paramount, “a California-based refinery that transforms lasting feedstocks, like non-edible all-natural oils and farming wastes, into low-carbon, renewable jet gas, according to United.” The very first talk about the post asked “what …

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