Willie Nelson Selects Rhino for His Newest Biodeisel Center

Delton, TX, August 22, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Willie Nelson announced his latest fuel center that brings cleaner burning fuel to the public – this time to a retail station in Carls Corner. Rhino Steel Building Systems was selected to provide the steel building materials pre-engineered for the specific needs of the new center.

The new building is 134′ x 98′ with a rustic wood facade. Biodiesel, a diesel fuel substitute made from soybean oil and other natural fats and vegetable oils, works in any diesel vehicle. It can be used in pure form or blended with petroleum diesel. The most common blend is B20, a mixture of 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent diesel.

Biodiesel fuel can reduce dependency upon foreign oil. This can help struggling Texas farmers find new uses for their crops. According to the Department of Energy, Biodiesel has become America’s fastest growing alternative fuel. Biodiesel and biodiesel blends reduce emissions while offering similar performance to petroleum diesel.

Bruce Brown, president of Rhino, stated that “I’m very happy to have Mr. Nelson join our family of customers and hope to be of help in the future for any building needs and also be a small part of this important trend in energy conservation.”

Rhino Steel Building Systems
Bruce Brown