Claypool, Indiana, to house biodiesel plant

New plant to be built in the next 18 months in Claypool, Indiana, that will effectively double the United States' biodiesel production capabilities. From the article:

The project, which was announced last year, combines a soybean processing plant with a biodiesel production plant. The facility will crush nearly 50 million bushels of soybeans a year, producing more than 1 million tons of soybean meal for animal feed and 80 million gallons of biodiesel.

Hopefully biodiesel pumps will start springing up here in St. Louis, providing me with incentive to actually trade in my car for a diesel.