John Whittington stands next to a tote of Permaflo Biodiesel sitting out in the elements of the Alaskan winter! The tote was shipped from Indiana in late February and arrived in Anchorage 8 days later. The fuel was used to power 2 University of Alaska vehicles for several days and a stationary generator overnight at the Arctic Circle. Photo courtesy of Indiana Soybean Alliance.
ISA and UAF gang gather for a quick photo along the Parks Highway. Snow was flying and we had to stop to clean the ice off our windshield wipers. Photo courtesy of Indiana Soybean Alliance.
Pure B100 Permaflo Biodiesel is pumped into a 14 passenger minibus to make the trip to Fairbanks AK. The tote was sitting out - unheated - in the Alaskan weather. The temperature was hovering at 20 degrees F during fueling. Photo courtesy of Indiana Soybean Alliance.
Mike Yoder, Doug Morrow, Trevor Glick, Dr. Bernie Tao, John Whittington and Dr. Andy Soria stand by the pickup truck running on B100 Permaflo Biodiesel. The truck was filled by an unheated tote outside in 20 degree F temperatures. Photo courtesy of Indiana Soybean Alliance.
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