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Diesel Producers United
Wed Jun 12, 2013 11:04 AM CDT

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- The National Biodiesel Board said in a news release Tuesday it has opened its membership to include qualified renewable diesel producers in a move to unite the biomass-based diesel industry.

The decision, made unanimously by NBB's governing board, consolidates under one umbrella the larger biodiesel industry with the younger and smaller renewable diesel industry, creating one voice for both. Under the Renewable Fuel Standard, biodiesel and renewable diesel are both considered biomass-based diesel.

"While produced with different technologies, biodiesel and renewable diesel are close cousins with a lot of shared interests, particularly in policy areas such ...

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