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Coulee Region Bio-Fuels LLC, Opens Wisconsin’s First Vegetable Oil Recycling And Distribution Center

The landmark Coulee Region Biofuels Recycling and Distribution Center in Blair, Wisconsin will hold an Open House and Product Demonstration on Wednesday, May 23, 2007. This open house will reveal a collaboration of three of the region’s leaders in biofuel technology. Taavi McMahon and David Dudley of the PrairieFire Biofuels Co-op and John Feyen of Arcade Pumping have formed an LLC named Coulee Region Biofuels. Matt Fisher, Project Manager at INOV8 International, has been instrumental in the development of the project because of INOV8’s role as a leader in alternate fuels combustion technology. John Feyen of Coulee Region Bio-Fuels is pleased to show the Coulee Region this new facility that will have the ability to collect, recycle and distribute an environmentally friendly alternate fuel source for businesses in the Coulee Region. There are two types of burners that have the ability to use this fuel and they both come from the Coulee Region corporation INOV8 International of La Crosse. One of the burners is the patented Multi-fuel burner capable of burning waste and straight vegetable oil and virtually any combustible oil that has BTU value. The other is the patent-pending Dual-fuel burner that truly burns two different fuels at the same time, a ground breaking, industry first. There will be demonstrations of the entire process from collection of the oil to the different appliances and burners that use it. Please take the time to come and see a new way to save as well as be environmentally friendly.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007 – 10:00 AM
Coulee Region Bio-Fuels Collection and Distribution Center
509 4th St., Blair, Wisconsin
(At the intersection of Highways 53 and 95)
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