Missouri Soybean is working to position biodiesel as the fuel of today and the future. In this Fueling Conversation, Matt Amick Director of Biofuels and New Uses with the Missouri Soybean Association and the Missouri Soybean Merchandising Council talks about the steps they’re taking to boost biodiesel use.
"A lot of entities, whether it be a fleet or corporation are trying to reduce their carbon footprint and biodiesel is not only the fuel of the future it's also the fuel of right now," Amick says. "We can utilize biodiesel as a better option, cleaner option for fleets and its available right now across the state."
Amick says much of the work they do is educating and working with fuels suppliers and users of diesel fuel as well as building access to biofuels across the state.
Listen to the interview HERE
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