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Fast food outlets are California's ally in climate change fight

Companies across the state are using diesel brewed from fats and oils to fuel their vehicles

Neste started sending tankers of renewable diesel from its refineries in Singapore (its Tuas plant is pictured above) and Europe to California around 2012, and is now the biggest supplier.


CALIFORNIA'S battle against climate change is being fought more fiercely in fast food restaurants than in Tesla Inc's car factory in Fremont.

Seven years after the Golden State began offering credits to producers of low-carbon fuels, cities and companies across California...

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