Swipe at Darling as Scots plant opens

April 2008
Farmers Weekly;4/11/2008, p55
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The article reports on the opening of a farm-based biofuel production plant in Scotland. Iver Salvesen, owner of Muirhouse Farm, Stow, has invested as part of his farm diversification programme. The plant was opened by Lord Palmer, president of the transport division of the Renewable Energy Authority, who said that two things are certain--global fossil fuel stocks are limited and demand for them is ever-increasing.


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