Biofuel Recovered For Recycling At Restaurants : News Photo

Biofuel Recovered For Recycling At Restaurants

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 05: Food particles and debris are left behind in the filter of a grease recovery truck at San Francisco Water Power and Sewer's SFGreasecycle on April 5, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Launched in 2007, SFGreasecycle is a program that will collect used cooking oil from San Francisco restaurants to be recycled into biofuels and also keeps oils from entering the city's sewer system. According to a recent report by San Francisco based nonprofit group Next 10, California continues to be the nation's leader in venture capital funding for green technology, green tech patents and the growth in clean power generation, resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions despite a growth in population. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 05: Food particles and debris are left behind in the filter of a grease recovery truck at San Francisco Water Power and Sewer's SFGreasecycle on April 5, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Launched in 2007, SFGreasecycle is a program that will collect used cooking oil from San Francisco restaurants to be recycled into biofuels and also keeps oils from entering the city's sewer system. According to a recent report by San Francisco based nonprofit group Next 10, California continues to be the nation's leader in venture capital funding for green technology, green tech patents and the growth in clean power generation, resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions despite a growth in population. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Food particles and debris are left behind in the filter of a grease... News Photo 165665472Biofuel,Business,California,Debris,Environmental Issues,Filter,Finance,Food,Grease,Horizontal,Oil,Particle,Recovery,Recycling,San Francisco - California,Sewer,Truck,USAPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2013 Getty ImagesSAN FRANCISCO, CA - APRIL 05: Food particles and debris are left behind in the filter of a grease recovery truck at San Francisco Water Power and Sewer's SFGreasecycle on April 5, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Launched in 2007, SFGreasecycle is a program that will collect used cooking oil from San Francisco restaurants to be recycled into biofuels and also keeps oils from entering the city's sewer system. According to a recent report by San Francisco based nonprofit group Next 10, California continues to be the nation's leader in venture capital funding for green technology, green tech patents and the growth in clean power generation, resulting in reduced greenhouse gas emissions despite a growth in population. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)