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Thu Feb 27, 2014 02:26 PM CST

STREATOR, Ill. (DTN) -- A resolution was introduced in the Utah House of Representatives Tuesday, Feb. 25, to encourage the use of biodiesel in the state, unanimously passed by a state house committee.

HR5, the "resolution on Clean-burning Renewable Fuels" states that the lawmakers support continued development and implementation of biodiesel in Utah, recognize the "significant economic and environmental benefits that biodiesel can bring to the state."

The resolution was unanimously endorsed Tuesday by the Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment committee.

It "strongly urges" individuals, restaurants and other businesses, schools and jails to dispose of their waste oils at a ...

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