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  • The TH Interview: Lyle Estill of Piedmont Biofuels, Part 1 of 3

    March 6, 9:52 AM by Sami Grover in Culture

    Lyle Estill is co-founder, along with Leif Forer, Rachel Burton and a band of fellow grease enthusiasts, of Piedmont Biofuels (PB), a group that we reported on here. PB is essentially a biodiesel co-op that has gone from backyard 'brewing', to

  • AbilityTrek: Cycling for Landmine Amputees

    February 15, 6:02 AM by Warren McLaren in Culture

    Like cycling? (and what treehugger couldn’t?) Like helping folk doing it tougher than you? (ditto) Hey, have we got a match for you. Join up with endurance cyclist and amputee Daniel Sheret, as he attempts to ride around the world raising funds and

  • Piedmont Biofuels: Still Brewing

    January 27, 12:21 PM by Treehugger Interns in Renewable Energy

    We first covered Piedmont Biofuels way back in May 2005, but they are certainly worth revisiting. Based in the piedmont region of North Carolina, this worker and member-owned cooperative promotes and sells biodiesel fuel made from vegetable oil. They

  • South Carolina Threatens To Sue North Carolina Over Water Use

    January 9, 10:31 AM by John Laumer in Corporate Responsibility

    Via:- The State, in Columbia, S.C. we see that South Carolina could file a lawsuit against North Carolina "as early as this week" if the N.C. Environmental Management Commission approves a two-city plan to remove 36 million gallons of water a day from

  • Rub a Dub Dub

    January 7, 1:38 PM by Kristin Underwood in Style

    This year Santa was good to me and brought these Anders Natural Soaps, which I just love. The company is based in Raleigh, North Carolina and has been around since 1999. The soaps are made with extra virgin olive oil instead of pomice olive oil and are