Smith is eager to start using biodiesel and already has what's called an appleseed processor set up in his garage. It's a unit he crafted out of a used water heater, a few recycled barrels, some hoses, fittings and pumps to make things flow smoothly from one process to another. He figured he has about $200 into the setup.In another article Do Alaskans really benefit from $130 crude?, ADN interviews an economist to get his take on overall effect of high oil prices. But if Alaskans can make $2 per gallon diesel in their garages, who the heck cares about crude?
"It's all about being an Alaskan and scavenging parts," Smith said.
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Alaskans learn how to make their own fuel
From adn.com Alaskans learn how to make their own fuel: