Success Stories


“We stand out from our competition by fueling our delivery fleet with biodiesel. Our customers appreciate our commitment to the health of the community when they purchase our products and services. Using biodiesel makes us unique among other distributors.”
– Rick Woodward, Coastwide Laboratories, which operates 16 vehicles on biodiesel.
“Our transition to B20 has been seamless. If you’re considering going to B20 I suggest that you have your vehicles’ fuel tanks tested ahead of time for water, algae and dirt. We made sure our tanks were clean before we switched to B20. We also bought fuel filters ahead of time to make sure we’d have some on hand just in case we needed them. We haven’t had problems with filters clogging or any other issues.”
– Tim Clarke, shop foreman for Sanipac, which operates over 85 vehicles on B20.
“The main reason we were committed to using B99 was to be less dependent on foreign oil. The environment is pretty important to us, too, and we say the greener the better. We’ve been using a fuel additive the past four years that cleans our tanks so we weren’t worried about B99’s solvent effects. Just remember to keep water out of your tanks. Fleet managers need to know that when you use B99, your relationship with your fuel distributor is as important as with your banker.”
– Booker Nagely, fleet manager for Pride Disposal, running over 30 pieces of rolling stock on B99.
“Risk mitigation was an important factor for us in switching to biodiesel. We were concerned with the limited supply and volatility of imported petroleum. Are you prepared if diesel stops running tomorrow? Relying on renewable fuel that’s locally produced is better for the long-term health and stability of our business.”
– Tyson Haworth, Operations Manager for Organically Grown, which operates 15 vehicles on B20 and 5 vehicles on B99.

“This is just the right thing to do, and it’s good business.”
– Mark Liefke, Glacier Northwest, which operates over 200 vehicles on biodiesel.