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A cruise line for Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow to cheer for

Posted by Anita Dunham-Potter On August - 3 - 2007

Hamburger grease saves the day

Norwegian Cruise Line Corporation recently completed a first-of-its-kind initiative at the Port of Miami to recycle used cooking oil from their ships, the Norwegian Jewel and Norwegian Pearl. The company says approximately 1,300 gallons of used cooking oil was offloaded and donated to an organic farmer in Vero Beach, Fla., who then converted the oil to 870 gallons of usable bio-diesel for his farming equipment. This is good news for the environment. Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow would definitely approve.

Santorini without the greasy mess

From one oily situation to another, Louis Hellenic Cruises informed Santorini, Greece officials that all the shores of the island that were affected by oil stemming from the sinking of the cruise ship Sea Diamond on April 6th 2007 have been cleaned up. Opa!

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