A 1995 DaimlerChrysler Corp. Dodge pickup helps initiate the use of diesel made from vegetable oil in a fleet of vehicles and boats in 22 National Parks coast-to-coast. The National Park Serice (NPS) first started using biodiesel in the Dodge pickup in a project that includes researchers from Montana Dept. of Environmental Quality and the University of Idaho. Univ. of Idaho professor Charles L. Peterson initiated the biodiesel project in Yellowstone National Park. In order to convince NPS ...

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