Greenest festival?

Greenest festival?

There are 1 comment on the BBC story from Aug 13, 2010, titled Greenest festival?. In it, BBC reports that:

From mountains of litter, to diesel-guzzling electric generators and fields transformed into temporary car parks: many music festivals promote an environmentally friendly ethos but their carbon footprints often tell another story.

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Andy

Cambridge, UK

#1 Aug 14, 2010
We have been providing generators running on 100% biodiesel (sourced from waste food oil ) to events in the uk for 10 years , all our trucks and 4x4 vehicles also run on 100 % biodiesel. More business would do this if the government were to put some incentives in place. It's only the determination of our clients and our drive to do the right thing for the Enviromental that makes our business viable. This country has all the industries to make us a world leader in renewable energy but a government that only wants to talk about doing the right thing.
www.midas-uk.co.uk

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