This is not really P2 but perhaps would be useful (though much of the regulatory stuff described is Virginia specific)--
Virginia Biodiesel Environmental Compliance Primer, January 2008
The biofuels industry, which includes production and distribution of biodiesel, is growing nationwide and in Virginia. Within this primer, the DEQ aims to acquaint the reader with the environmental regulatory obligations concerning biodiesel fuel production. Biodiesel fuel production, like other industrial processes, is subject to laws and regulations for protecting air, water, and land resources, assuring safe handling of hazardous materials, and proper disposal of wastes. Some of these requirements apply to small scale producers as well as to large commercial operations.
Street: 629 E. Main
St., Richmond, VA 23219-2429
Not sure if this is what you were looking for, but it might help a little.
This is the new “draft” of the NH biofuel guidelines so it is missing our logo.
NH is working with ski resorts and one of the items we are encouraging is switching to bio fuels. I think we had 6 to 8 ski resorts tried it this past winter. We should have some metrics this summer on emission reductions.
NH Dept Env Svs
Anyone have any info, general/P2, on these type facilities - thanks
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