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Clogged Engines Force Biofuel Program Suspension

A biofuel program at Bowling Green State University has been suspended due to clogged engine problems.

A program at Bowling Green State University converting used fryer oil to biofuel to run campus lawn mowers and a delivery truck has been suspended because the mower engines have clogged up, reports the BG News. The truck had continued to operate with no problems but had to stop using the converted fryer oil as fuel because the school suspended its oil refining operations until it can solve the problem with the lawn mower engines.

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