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Greener Than Thou

Thanks to San Francisco city officials, some restaurants won't be nearly as greasy as of this morning: "Today the city launches SFGreasecycle, a free program in which the city will pick up used cooking oil and grease from local restaurants, hotels and other commercial food preparation establishments. Those substances then will be turned into biodiesel, a fuel made of plant oil that burns cleaner than petroleum-based fuels." Naturally, none of the PlumpJack restaurants are on the participating restaurant list. [Chron]

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