Quarterly News & Updates
Hawaii Island Biodiesel Plant
September 2019
Trump's EPA has effectively crippled the RFS, the only federal incentive today for renewables, with its unprecedented approval of waivers.
During 2013 to 2015, the last three years of the Obama administration, 23 waivers were granted compared to 85 approved in the last three years by the current administration. The volume of fossil fuel exempted from compliance has risen more than five-fold, from 7,350 million gallons (MG) during 2013-2015 to 38,310MG for the period of 2016-2018. *As a result, renewable fuel producers like Pacific Biodiesel have seen RFS production credits crash in value, causing prices of renewables to sharply rise, profits to diminish and demand to decline. * Source EPA.gov
Jenna Long
Director of Operations Jenna Long
2) Congress has failed to extend the Federal Excise Tax (FET) credit for biodiesel since it was allowed to expire on December 31, 2017.  This biodiesel credit is just a fraction of the subsidies and incentives received by the petroleum industry, but it helped biodiesel producers to compete against low fossil fuel prices. At least one bill stalled in the House could help ensure the tax credit gets reinstated this year to provide immediate, critically needed financial support for the biodiesel and biofuels industry. Our industry needs immediate Congressional action to renew this biodiesel tax credit retroactive to January 1, 2018.

How can you help the survival of biodiesel and renewable fuels in America?
Write to your Congressional senators and representatives TODAY! In Hawaii, contact:
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard:
Phone: (202) 225-4906
Fax: (202) 225-4987                
Phone: (808) 541-1986
Fax: (808) 538-0233

Senator Mazie Hirono:
Phone: (202) 224-6361
Fax: (202) 224-2126                 
Phone: (808) 522-8970
Fax: (808) 545-4683
Congressman Ed Case:
2443 Rayburn HOB
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2726                 
(808) 650-6688

Senator Brian Schatz:
PHONE: (202) 224-3934
FAX: (202) 228-1153               
PHONE: (808) 523-2061
FAX: (808) 523-2065
For those in states other than Hawaii, click here to contact your local representatives. To contact your state senators click here.
Key facts about locally produced biodiesel, here in Hawaii and nationally:
  • It’s a 100% renewable, biodegradable and non-toxic fuel
  • Reduces harmful emissions by 86% compared to petroleum diesel 
  • Recycles used cooking oil and keeps it out of the landfills, extending the life of landfills and reducing ground water contamination
  • Diverts grease trap waste and reduces the number of spills at wastewater treatment facilities
  • Provides local family wage earning jobs
  • Supports local agriculture and farmers who grow feedstock crops such as soy and sunflower
  • Keeps energy dollars in the local economy 
  • Provides energy security for back-up power in emergency situations
  • Helps the U.S. decrease its reliance on foreign oil
  • Helps mitigate industry exposure to fluctuations in market prices for petroleum diesel
  • The biodiesel industry generated the following impacts for the U.S. economy and environment according to this 2017 report by FTI Consulting:
  • “Economic output (economy-wide sales) valued at $21.6 billion across the economy, which translates to U.S. GDP of $6.5 billion;
  • Employment for approximately 61,900 workers, 2,300 of which were employed directly in the biodiesel industry;
  • Paid wages and benefits totaling $3.8 billion;
  • Federal tax and state and local tax contributions of $1.2 billion and $600 million, respectively; and,
  • A reduction in GHG emissions by 14.8 million tons, which is equivalent to taking 3.2 million cars off U.S. roads and equal to approximately $750 million in social benefits.”

We appreciate your support for a cleaner, greener Hawaii – and Planet Earth!
The News Roundup
Industry leaders warn dismantling of Renewable Fuel Standard has dire consequences

Several recent articles paint a scathing picture of a biodiesel industry fed up with the federal government’s attack on renewable fuels nationally:
  • An August 16 article in Biodiesel Magazine highlights the direct negative impact the current Administration’s policy to grant refinery exemptions is having on the biodiesel industry. World Energy, one of the nation’s oldest and largest biofuel suppliers in North America, closed three East Coast biodiesel facilities, one week after the EPA approved 31hardship” waivers to petroleum companies. Click here to read the full article.
  • In Biodiesel Magazine’s August 15 issue, National Biodiesel Board President Donnell Rehagen is livid with recent EPA actions that “continue to undermine biodiesel … and we’ve had enough.” “President Trump vowed to protect and defend American farmers. In fact, he calls them patriots. But his actions will put the biodiesel producers those same farmers depend on for their market, out of business. It’s already happening, and it’s having a devastating impact on rural communities across the nation,” Rehagen says. The full article can be found here.
  • Yet another article condemns the EPA’s continued RFS exemptions for “small refineries” that is taking a toll on biodiesel producers, several of which are now shuttering their operations and laying off workers. Read the article, "Biodiesel industry condemns EPA’s grant of 31 new RFS exemptions" here.
MAHALO to Our Newest Biodiesel Customers
Supporting locally made renewable fuel

Despite the continued lack of federal renewable energy incentives for biodiesel, we applaud those who have made the choice to reduce their dependence on fossil fuel by opting to support locally produced renewable biodiesel. Below are a few of our newest biodiesel customers:
DLNR Transitions to Biodiesel on Maui
In July, the Department of Land and Natural Resources started the transition from fossil fuel to biodiesel for their Maui fleet. A pair of their diesel vehicles first lined up at the Hobron Avenue fueling station last month, one filling up with B100 and the other with B20.
DLNR at Maui Pump
As co-chair with the Office of Planning for Hawaii’s Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation Commission, the DLNR recognized in a November press release that ground transportation contributes significantly to Hawaii’s share of greenhouse gas emissions. The department has committed to fighting climate change with energy solutions that are that are clean, equitable, and resilient.
Non-Profit Organization Focuses on Sustainability
Biodiesel is now the fuel of choice for farm equipment at The Maui Farm, a community-based nonprofit organization providing farm-based, family-centered programs that teach essential life skills for self-sufficient living. According to Executive Director Stacey Moniz, “We teach our families about sustainability, about caring for our ʻaina, and we are so glad locally produced, renewable biodiesel is available on Maui. Our tractor no longer has smelly emissions harmful to our staff, moms and keiki. Mahalo, Pacific Biodiesel.”
The Maui Farm staff shows off their biodiesel-fueled tractor. L to R: Maria Leon, Farm Manager; Will Sands, Facilities Manager; Kamalei Roback, Program Assistant. Photo courtesy of The Maui Farm
Spreading the Word About the Abundance of Biodiesel Benefits

Members of Pacific Biodiesel's leadership team participated in several panels and presentations recently to share industry trends and facts about biodiesel. 
Hawaii State Association of Counties, June 9-12
The theme for this year’s Hawaii State Association of Counties meeting, held at Maui’s Wailea Beach Marriott, was “Hot Topics in Sustainability”. Pacific Biodiesel President Bob King and Blue Planet Foundation Clean Transportation Director Lauren Reichelt were two of the expert panelists at the “Bundle of Energy” session. The panel addressed the need to mobilize smart solutions to eliminate the state’s dependence on fossil fuels. Given the counties’ ambitious clean transportation goal of 100% renewable ground transportation by 2045, the panel made it clear that now is the time to accelerate the transition to alternative fuels.
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Participants for the "Bundle of Energy" session at the 2019 HSAC Conference L to R: Pacific Biodiesel's Bob King, Greg Gaug of Ulupono Initiative, Hawaii Technology Development Corp's Stan Osserman and Lauren Reichelt of Blue Planet Foundation. Photo compliments of Blue Planet
EE Conf Denver 2019
Energy Exchange – Denver, Colorado, August 20-22

Pacific Biodiesel’s Bob King was a guest speaker at the 2019 Energy Exchange, sponsored by the US Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy. The three-day event featured more than 100 training sessions, over a dozen plenary speakers, 13 technical tracks, and the opportunity for attendees to interact with the federal energy- and water-management community.

The conference planning committee selected industry pioneer King to address the topic, “Diesel Alternatives for Heavy Duty and Tactical Vehicles.” According to the session description, “Today’s fleets are increasingly interested in medium- and heavy-duty vehicles that use alternative fuels or advanced technologies that can help reduce operating costs, meet emissions requirements, improve fleet sustainability, and support U.S. energy independence.”

King explained how standards for US biodiesel specifications have been modified many times over the years, predominately driven by diesel manufacturers’ requirements. High quality biodiesel, now readily available to diesel fleets without modification, is one of the solutions for reducing petroleum consumption for heavy duty and tactical vehicles.
Following the conference, King was given a private tour of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden, Colorado. NREL, specializing in renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development, is a government-owned, contractor-operated facility, funded through the United States Department of Energy.
2019 Energy Exchange Denver
Pacific Biodiesel's Bob King highlighted the stringent specifications of biodiesel during his presentation at the Denver conference.
King, standing outside the Integrated Biorefinery Research facility during his tour of NREL.
Changing Faces Leadership Seminar, July 13  
The 2019 Changing Faces Leadership Seminar made a stop on Maui that included a presentation by the team at Pacific Biodiesel. Hosted by Maui Economic Development Board (MEDB) at the Malcolm Center, Director of Operations Jenna Long (via Skype) and Marketing Director Joy Galatro addressed the international group of women entrepreneurs from the Asia-Pacific region .
This year, 17 women participated, representing 12 countries: China, Fiji, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Pakistan, Philippines, Samoa, Sri Lanka, United States, and Vietnam.
Sponsored by East West Center, the annual professional training provides an opportunity for participants to expand their knowledge of economic growth, leadership and community building.
After a presentation by Leslie Wilkins, President and CEO of MEDB, the attendees learned about the history of Pacific Biodiesel and its focus on recycling waste oils to renewable fuel. They heard how the company's mission and founding principles have guided its partnerships and product development for nearly 25 years. The company’s current inititatives in sustainable agriculture and value-added products highlight the continuing culture of innovation and community-building.
The East-West Center, headquartered in Honolulu, is an education and research organization established by the U.S. Congress in 1960 to strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States .
2019 Changing Faces MEDB
The 2019 Changing Faces Leadership attendees gathered at the MEDB Malcolm Center to learn about sustainable practices and initiatives on Maui. Presenting to the international group, standing at far left: MEDB President and CEO Leslie Wilkins and Pacific Biodiesel Marketing Director Joy Galatro; Pacific Biodiesel Director of Operations Jenna Long, seen on the monitor, conducted a remote presentation from Hawaii Island.
Pacific Biodiesel and Imua Energy Farm Team Assists in Central Maui Fire Containment

On July 10, a massive brush fire erupted just north of our company's farm and quickly spread through Maui's central valley, eventually scorching close to 10,000 acres. At first sign of the billowing smoke, the Pacific Biodiesel and Imua Energy farm team sprang into action to help protect our farm and equipment, including recently installed structures and supplies for the industrial hemp farming operation and the new pivot irrigation system.
Farm manager Jamie Davidson and agriculture specialists Kurt Galatro and Danny Pillos quickly made their way north closer to the fire to assess the situation. 
"Danny, Jamie, and Kurt jumped on our dozer, disc, and bush hog to help our neighbor farmers secure their fields. They immediately began cutting fire breaks to prevent the fire from spreading south," explained Pacific Biodiesel President Bob King. "Heading towards the flames, not away, our team responded to calls for assistance. Ultimately the effort paid off by containing the fire to the County of Maui property where it started and not allowing it to spread to our neighbor farms, Ho’aloha and Oby’s Farm."

We are grateful to report that our Central Maui farm and our neighbor farms were not damaged as a result of the fire.

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Our farm team helped prevent the July fire in Maui's central valley from spreading to the Pacific Biodiesel/Imua Energy operation and neighboring farms.
"The next day, our team resumed planting sunflower seeds for our next crop, which needed to be completed over the next two days using the Hawaiian Moon Calendar," Bob said. "Good job and MAHALO for the extra special effort, PBT/Imua farm team!"
Nearly a month later on August 11, another brush fire came dangerously close to our central Maui farm and, once again, the farm team took immediate action to protect the farm. They also offered their services to assist firefighters by plowing down tall dry brush and sugarcane mauka of the farm.
Our team sends a MAHALO to all of Maui's firefighters and other first responders who bravely fought these fires to keep Maui safe.
Maui Fire Farm Team
The Pacific Biodiesel/Imua Energy farm team: L to R: Bob King, Kurt Galatro, Aaron King and Jamie Davidson; not pictured: Danny Pillos
Maiden Hawaii Naturals Culinary Oil Sales and Awareness Expand Statewide

 Maiden Hawaii Naturals Culinary Oils are now available at several new retail locations around the state.

Island Naturals has stocked the 12 oz bottles at all three of its Big Island locations. Kohala Grown Market in Hawi and The Locavore Store in Hilo are also featuring the product on their store shelves.

On Maui, you can find Maiden Hawaii Naturals Culinary oils at:
  • Down to Earth, Kahului
  • Makana Market & Café at Fairmont Kea Lani, Wailea
  • Maui Ocean Center, Maalaea
  • Maui Tropical Plantation, Wailuku
Moku Roots Chef Nick
Click here to discover what Hawaii's chefs are saying about Maiden Hawaii Naturals premium culinary oils. 

Mahalo to Randy Hufford for use of his drone footage of our Maui Sunflower farm.   RandyHuffordArt.com

At right, Chef Nick of Moku Roots
"We have loved your Mac nut oil especially when we cook fish. It gives off such a nice nutty flavor but is also very subtle. The other night we had Opah to make with the oil, and my husband says it’s simply the best oil to cook fish with! We are now loving making eggs with Mac nut oil too ;)) The flavor is so nice."  – Mele, Oahu
Maiden Hawaii Naturals featured at HDOA Pavillion
Maiden Hawaii Naturals was selected by the Hawaii Department of Agriculture (HDOA) to be a featured vendor at their pavilion during the Hawaii Lodging, Hospitality and Foodservice Expo. The July event, held at the Neal Blaisdell Arena on Oahu, attracted a wide range of attendees from restaurants, hotels and other hospitality venues.
Marketing Director Joy Galatro provided information and tasting samples while chefs from University of Hawaii culinary arts programs prepared dishes using Maiden Hawaii Naturals Hawaiian Macadamia Culinary Oil.

UH Chef Instructors included Chefs Steven Nakata and Martina Hilldorfer from Kauai Community College, who made Macadamia Nut Oil Chimichurri, Herb Crusted Kauai Shrimp over Quinoa, and Macadamia Nut Calamanci Dressing; Chef Dean Louie from UH Maui College topped his Maui Trout and Shrimp Sate with a Macadamia Nut Oil Aioli with Red Chili; Leeward Community College’s Chef Matthew Egami made a Macadamia Nut Champagne Vinaigrette to dress his Kulahaven Farms baby watercress salad.

To download the recipes from this event featuring our Hawaiian Macadamia oil, click here .
UH Culinary HDOA
The University of Hawaii Maui College culinary arts students pose with John Dobovan, President of Kulahaven Farms and President of Haleakala Chapter of the Hawaii Farmers Union United at left; Chef Instructor Dean Louie, third from left; and Pacific Biodiesel's Marketing Director Joy Galatro, at right.
H awaii Hospitality Magazine Features Maiden Hawaii Naturals
The May/June edition of Hawaii Hospitality magazine features Pacific Biodiesel. In addition to the company's sunflower farm, writer Don Chapman talks about Pacific Biodiesel's beginnings, the benefits of biodiesel and some of our newest ventures like the Maiden Hawaii Naturals culinary oils. Read the full article, beginning on page 6, when you download the magazine here.
Pacific Biodiesel Sponsors Huliau Food & Film Festival

For the third year in a row, Pacific Biodiesel and its subsidiary, Maiden Hawaii Naturals, sponsored the Huliau Food and Film Festival at Sugar Beach Events on Maui. The annual event is a farm-to-table celebration of local agriculture featuring local chefs and student produced environmentally themed films.
Guest chefs were offered a donation of Maiden Hawaii Naturals Culinary Oils to incorporate in their unique dishes for the evening. Maui Sunflower Oil was used by Chef Lee Anderson of Sugar Beach Events in her Crispy Hoisin Pork Bao Bun; Chef Dean Louis of UH Maui College created Toasted Sesame Dressing to top his Wilted Arugula Salad; and Chef Gary Johnson of Sea Salt used it as a finishing drizzle on his Pickled Mushroom Tostada. Hawaiian Macadamia Nut Oil was a featured ingredient for Fleetwood's on Front Street Chef Eric Morrissette’s Chipotle Shrimp and Late Summer Corn Succotach, while Private Chef Carol Wallack used it to cap off the menu with her macadamia nut ice cream and sesame brittle.
As always, the student films were the highlight of the evening with diverse topics and professional quality production. One of the films, produced specifically for this event, focused on local farmers and chefs with a cameo appearance by Maiden Hawaii Naturals Culinary Oils. Click here to watch the film .
Supporting the Mahiʻai Music and Food Festival!
When Pacific Biodiesel first learned of the Mahi’ai Music and Food Festival, designed to honor local farmers and featuring music legend Willie Nelson, the only question was, how can we help?

Not only is Willie Nelson a longtime biodiesel advocate and avid supporter of family farmers in America, this first annual event was cofounded by his son Micah Nelson as a fundraiser for the Hawaii Farmers Union United (HFUU), whose work is to support local farmers and educate the public on the benefits of protecting our food supply, the folks who grow our food and the importance of keeping food locally sourced.

According to its website, the Mahi’ai Foundation’s goal is to “provide a model to Maui and neighboring islands by uplifting the stewards of our land. Mahi’ai is about using the communal power of live music to “unite body and soil”, educate the community about the importance of the aina (soil), empower local regenerative agricultural programs, and ultimately create a more sustainable future for Hawaii.”
2019 Mahi'ai Poster
The first annual Mahiʻai Festival featured world class entertainers and farm to table cuisine.
The August 24th event at the Maui Country Club paired 10 local farmers with 10 local chefs to create a memorable culinary experience. Pacific Biodiesel and its subsidiary Maiden Hawaii Naturals were honored to donate their locally made expeller-pressed Hawaiiain Macadamia culinary oil to these chefs as an ingredient in their farm to table dishes. Taking up the offer were Farm to Fridge Owner and Private Chef Kevin Bell, Executive Chef Lee Anderson and Executive Pastry Chef Melanie Roy of Sugar Beach Events, Koko Head Café Chef and Owner Lee Anne Wong, and Chef Bella Toland from Banyan Tree Restaurant at The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua who created unique and delicious dishes for the event.

The “Music” part of the Festival was memorable indeed. In addition to a show-stopping performance by Willie Nelson, the evening included performances by Lucas Nelson and the Promise of the Real, Particle Kid, Marty Dread, Pat Simmons, Jr., and Tavana.
For more information about the Foundation, click here .
Industry Updates and Links
For interesting info and the latest news
Forbes logo
United States Spends Ten Times More On Fossil Fuel Subsidies Than Education
Forbes reports that in 2015 the United States spent more on fossil fuel subsidies than the defense budget and ten times the federal spending for education.
Click here to read all about it.
Biodiesel Magazine
California approves B20 biodiesel in underground storage tanks
Biodiesel Magazine reported that state regulators are working closely with the biodiesel industry to clear the final hurdle that will allow for more low-carbon biodiesel to make its way to the consumers and fleets all across the state.
Find the info here.
In South Carolina, the Central Midlands Regional Transit Authority is planning to transition from B5 to B20 in all their large buses as part of an initiative to help improve air quality in Richland and Lexington Counties, and reduce its carbon footprint. Read the article in Biodiesel Digest here.
Hawaii Joins Coalition to Stop Dismissal of Clean Power Plan Lawsuit
Environmental Defense Fund
As reported by the Environmental Defense Fund, a broad coalition of states, cities and counties, along with environmental and public health organizations is asking the U.S. Court of Appeals not to drop litigation about the Clean Power Plan at this time. Read the full article here.
Around Town
Some of the other places we've been....
Maui Hotel and Lodging Association Summer Mixer - June 27, Maui
Pacific Biodiesel was well represented at the quarterly gathering of the Maui Hotel and Lodging Association membership. Marketing Director Joy Galatro was joined by Dispatch Coordinator Ferd Ballesteros and Maui County Operations Manager David Mollena at the Maui event hosted at Maui Tropical Plantation .
Ka Ipu Kukui Farm Tour – August 23, Maui
Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows is a nonprofit, community-based program created to identify and develop young leaders in Maui County. The 2020 Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows visited the central Maui farm operated by Imua Energy, the founders of Pacific Biodiesel. The groupʻs focus for the month was “New Beginnings and Envisioning the Possibilities”. With an interest about farming on Maui, new crops and techniques, and the resulting products, the companyʻs model of sustainable, community-based agriculture and renewable energy, including the recently announced industrial hemp operation was a perfect fit.
Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows was conceived to promote and develop future leaders through a community-based program designed to address planning for Maui Nui’s future.
Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows 2020
The 2020 Ka Ipu Kukui Fellows toast with Maiden Hawaii Naturals Macadamia culinary oil at during their tour of the central Maui farm site.
Ke Alahele Education Fund – September 1, Maui
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Maui Economic Development Board (MEDB) will hold its annual Ke Alahele Education Fund Benefit Dinner & Auction at the Wailea Beach Resort, Maui. This year’s event theme, “Pathways to Our Future,” celebrates the achievements of our students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Pacific Biodiesel will donate a gift basket of Maiden Hawaii Naturals product to assist in the fundraising efforts. Proceeds from the event help to advance MEDB’s STEM programs from kindergarten to careers.
MHLA Membership Meeting and Trade Show– September 10, Maui
Pacific Biodiesel representatives displayed the full range of the company’s products and services to attendees during the Maui Hotel and Lodging Association’s annual gathering at the Hyatt Regency Maui.
Upcoming Events
Where you can find us in the coming months
  • Sept 11 & 12 – Hawaii Transportation Annual Meeting - Director of Operations Jenna Long and Marketing Director Joy Galatro will attend the annual HTA Conference to network with island fleet managers and policy makers in Hawaii’s transportation industry.
  • September 20 – Blue Planet’s 4th Annual Blue Tie Bash - Pacific Biodiesel is proud to support Blue Planet Foundations annual event and this year’s theme “Creating a Climate of Change”. The event will take place at the Alohilani Resort in Waikiki. For event and ticket information click here.
Blue Tie Bash logo
  • October 15-16 – Hawaii Agriculture Conference - Pacific Biodiesel President Bob King has been invited to present at two conference sessions during AG2019: “Moving to Clean Energy: Agriculture: Seizing the Advantage” and Options and “Opportunities for Agricultural Waste”at the Hawaii Convention Center. King’s private entity, Imua Energy, LLC and Pacific Biodiesel will partner to present the combined range of services offered by the companies at the conference trade show.
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  • Nov 1-2 – Made in Maui County Festival - Pacific Biodiesel and Maiden Hawaii Naturals will be a participating vendor for the third consecutive year at the two-day festival featuring local products. We'll be featuring our full line of Kuleana® Beauty products and Maiden Hawaii Naturals premuim culinary oils. Be sure to stop by and say aloha!
Founded in 1995, Pacific Biodiesel is the nation's longest operating and most experienced biodiesel producer, and the only commercial liquid biofuel producer in the state. A Maui-based company with nearly 100 employees statewide, we established the first retail biodiesel pump in America and for more than two decades we've been an innovative leader in the renewable energy industry. With a nameplate production capacity of 5.5 million gallons annually, our refinery on Hawaii Island utilizes advanced distillation technology to produce the highest-quality biodiesel in the country and in 2016 became the first facility in the world to be certified by the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance. Our company has always focused on recycling with a zero waste philosophy that incorporates development of value-added co-products. Today, our collaborative, community-based "agriculture and energy" production model demonstrates a full-circle sustainability system designed to fight climate change and help Hawaii achieve a clean, sustainable energy future.
Our Mission:   To promote a clean, sustainable energy future through the community-based production of renewable fuels

On Earth Day 2016, the Pacific Biodiesel plant on Hawaii Island became the first biodiesel facility in the United States to earn certification by the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance for showcasing sustainable biodiesel production and distribution practices.
Pacific Biodiesel
40 Hobron Avenue, Kahului Hi 96753

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