Fear Green Building Alliance
Biofuel Lunch & Learn
21 at Tidal Creek Cooperative Food Market, Piedmont Biofuels will discuss
What are the steps involved in processing and producing
biofuel? Why is it important to citizens of the Cape Fear region and
newly-completed building, a stop on the B-100 Trail, in the Tidal Creek Co-op
complex houses a 1,000 gallon biodiesel tank and fueling dispenser for Piedmont
Biofuels, a renewable energy company that produces biodiesel in Pittsboro,
North Carolina. The building earned the Outstanding Stewardship Award for
Piedmont Biofuels from the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition.
Communications and Outreach Coordinator for Piedmont Biofuels
Estill, author of
the book Biodiesel Power; the Passion, People and Politics of the Next
Gannon, speaking on
the success of using biofuel for his company, Dig.
Yermal, Old School
Creek, Wilmington’s local cooperative food market, will provide lunches and
discuss their mission to our community.
June 21st, 2013 from 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM
Tidal Creek, 5329 Oleander Drive