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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Speaking at the 2009 Sustainability Colloquium in Washington, D.C., recently, Scott Zaremba, president of Zarco 66 Earth Friendly Fuels, based here, shared his alternative fuels expertise and earth-friendly building and development experience, reported LJWorld.com yesterday.
According to the report, Zaremba discussed the importance of using existing resources to develop more environmentally friendly businesses. He also offered ideas for small- to medium-sized businesses to employ sustainable strategies and use innovative materials to help mitigate environmental effects.
Zaremba operates eight fueling and convenience stores that sell ethanol and biodiesel fuels and feature such environmentally-friendly elements as wind turbines and solar panels to general energy, green roofs and botanical garden areas.
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