Downtown Seattle Gets First Biodiesel Station

John Davis

propelbiodiesel.gifPropel Biodiesel is setting up shop in downtown Seattle, the first biodiesel fueling station in that city’s downtown area.

This story in the Seattle (WA) Post-Intelligencer has more details:

The 9,000 square foot biodiesel station — to open at the southwest corner of Westlake Avenue and Valley Street in March 2008 — is slated to feature four biodiesel pumps offering B 99 and B 20 biodiesel from Seattle’s Imperium Renewables. The station will be open 24 hours, seven days a week.

Propel also has two locations in the Seattle area. Company officials believe the downtown station will be perfect to serve drivers and commercial fleets.