Disneyland Resort’s making biodiesel dreams come true. The parks’ 56-year-old steam-powered trains began running on biodiesel to meet California’s environmental regulations in 2007.
“The resort began to transition the trains to biodiesel, using B98. Now, most of the biodiesel used is made from recycled cooking oil from its own kitchens, and accounts for nearly 75 percent of the parks diesel consumption,” according to Biodiesel Magazine.
The National Biodiesel Board honored Disneyland and others today at the annual “Eye on Biodiesel” awards presentation at the National Biodiesel Conference & Expo in Phoenix.
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