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View Resource Growing Energy: How Biofuels Can Help End America's Oil Dependence

The United states does not have to rely on oil to drive our economy and quality of life. We can replace much of our oil with biofuels - fuels made from plant materials grown by American farmers.

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Article/728/growing_energ...
View Resource Industry Trends Report Spring 2008

A Quarterly Publication from Mitchell International, this document has features including: ?Measuring Alternate Parts Usage,? ?The Economy & Short-Term Energy Outlook,? plus a Special Editor?...

https://www.mitchell.com/mcms/content/pub/Newsletters/ITR_vo...
View Resource Changes in Gasoline III: The Auto Technician's Gasoline Quality Guide

This Technicians guide details the changes that have been made in the gas formulation process as well as numerous other pertinent informational topics for all interested parties. The auto...

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Content/Site301/SmartProd...
View Resource A Primer on Gasoline Prices

Gasoline is one of the major fuels consumed in the United States and the main product refined from crude oil. Consumption in 2007 was about 142 billion gallons, an average about 390 million gallons...

http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/petroleum/analysis_public...
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for California Waste Fuel

Because waste fuel (gasoline or diesel) is flammable, it is classified as a hazardous waste, and you need to manage it according to the hazardous waste rules. This fact sheet will outline the rules...

http://www.ecarcenter.org/ca/ca-wastefuel.htm
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