Restaurants around the state are doing something about climate change—partnering with biofuels producers like Neste, SeQuential, and Mahoney to turn their used cooking oil into clean-burning transportation fuels. Read more about how you can support the circular restaurants that are supporting clean fuels now!
CLEAN FUELS DRIVES CRITICAL CLIMATE PROGRESS Committee Hears Benefits for State Joining Rest of Region With Passage of a Clean Fuel Standard OLYMPIA, WA — Over the course of two virtual hearings, the Washington State House Environment and Energy Committee heard public testimony on HB 1091, the Clean Fuel Standard, which cuts air pollution by requiring […]
by Leah Missik Washington needs clean fuels now We have one decade to cut our climate pollution in half. Making our transportation fuels cleaner is one solution among many we must pursue—but it’s a straightforward one that has already been successful in California, and Oregon, and British Columbia. Washington cannot wait another year to pass […]