Denver Biodiesel Co-op Finds Sustainable Housing

Homeless for a time, the DBC breathes easy in its new digs.

Bill Hill, of Tucson, fuels up at the Denver Biodiesel Cooperative.
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Bill Hill, of Tucson, fuels up at the Denver Biodiesel Cooperative.

The co-op also sells waste vegetable oil that has been cleaned with micron filters and de-watered, for people who make their own biodiesel fuel at home. It costs $1.25 and $1.50 per gallon. The proceeds are the bread and butter of the co-op's business, Coombe says. Eventually, the DBC also wants to stock equipment that people need to make fuel at home and offer classes. The co-op, which has limited hours, plans to hold a question-and-answer session at the Mercury Cafe on October 6 at 3 p.m., and every first Saturday of the month thereafter.

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