Somewhere between Green Mountain National Forest and White Mountain National Forest, between Concord and Montpelier, the mountains are greener, the skies are bluer and the hard working New Englanders are enjoying the promise of MORE.

White Mountain Biodiesel is expanding. Over the next two years, White Mountain will complete a 10,000 square-foot addition to their existing facility, enabling them to grow from 3 million gallons of biodiesel a year to over 16 million gallons annually.

For the people of New Hampshire this expansion means more fleet vehicles running on biodiesel, more jobs available and, of course, less carbon pollution. With greater biodiesel capacity, White Mountain has a greater ability to be a white knight for the region.

When completed, White Mountain’s plant will be the largest in New England.

White Mountain will sell blends as high as B99.9 to customers within New Hampshire, Maine and Vermont.

White Mountain founders also own the Mount Washington Cog Railway, which burns 18 gallons of biodiesel per trip.


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