Sustainable biodiesel will get its voice heard right before the National Biodiesel Board holds its annual conference and exhibition in Texas in just over a month.
The seventh annual Sustainable Biodiesel Summit is set for February 6th and 7th, in Grapevine, Texas … right before the NBB’s big gig, Feb. 7-10. This press release says community activists, backyard brewers, farmers, and those with a passion for sustainable biodiesel are coming together to discuss sustainable, community-based biodiesel:
“The SBS is one of the few conferences where real people get together to talk about real things,” said Lyle Estill, president of Piedmont Biofuels. “If we are ever going to differentiate ourselves from ‘business as usual,’ it will be thanks to undertakings like the SBS,” Estill said.
The keynote speaker for this year’s event will be Bill Holmberg, long time champion of biofuels and sustainable new wealth industry. In addition, attendees will also be able to visit Carl’s Corner, home of Willie Nelson’s Biodiesel Plant.
We’ll have more as we get closer to the date, and I hope to see you there!