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Clean Industry Initiatives are a Win for Bottom Lines and the Environment

View original article HERE 14 Jul, 2014 By: Jennifer Alten Throughout the country, many communities and businesses are making the move toward clean industry. For them, the numbers need to add up, meaning it has to make economic sense. But becoming

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The Little Bus That Could Go Green

Click HERE to go to the page   Show Description:I’ll bet you don’t give a lot of thought to how kids are transported to and from schools, right?  You put them on the bus and think about it again when

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Triumph and heartbreak in pursuit of a dream

July 22, 2013 News & Record By Linda C. Brinson For Dean Price, the road to fame was U.S. 220 North. It was on 220 between Stokesdale and Madison that Price ventured into the convenience store and truck stop business.

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Regional Partnership Promotes “Buying Local” Movement and Creating Biofuels Industry

By Jared Brumbaugh We highlight a partnership between local farmers and the military aimed at buying locally grown food and producing energy from local biofuel crops. Listen 9:11 Agriculture and the military.  They both depend on undeveloped areas of eastern

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Triangle companies leading the way to sustainability

By Katherine Blunt — kblunt@newsobserver.com Grease is in the eye of the beholder. To most, it’s the humble byproduct of the American way of cooking. But to Dean Price, it’s a potent antidote for some of the country’s most intractable

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Greasy Greening: How One NC Company Plans To Change The World

by Ladianne on Jun 3, 2013 Writer’s Note:  Rarely do I contact a subject for an article, discover from said subject that a book has JUST been released in which they are featured prominently, purchase the book, read about the

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Co-Owner of Green Circle NC Thrust into National Spotlight by NY Times Bestseller

Books of The Times A Nation, Its Seams Fraying ‘The Unwinding,’ by George Packer By DWIGHT GARNER Published: May 28, 2013 If you were to take apart George Packer’s ambitious new book, “The Unwinding,” as if it were a car’s

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Cooking oil turns into cash for Pitt County schools

Biodiesel 4 Schools program takes oil from restaurants, sells it and gives money back to education. PITT COUNTY – The manager of 5 Guys Burgers in Greenville says they use about 700 gallons of cooking oil a week.  When it

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Dean Price of Biodiesel 4 Schools Featured in NY Times Bestseller

Dean Price and Biodiesel 4 Schools in "The Unwinding,"

Read the story of Dean Price, and what lead him to Biodiesel 4 Schools in this NY Times Bestseller, "The Unwinding" by George Packer.