Students from the biofuels class at Polk County High School visited Tawana Weicker’s facility in Landrum where she produces Warhorse and Be Kind Solutions pet care and cleaning products. Weicker began making biofuel to run her family’s vehicles after learning about the process from former PCHS senior Elizabeth Russell. Through that process she discovered how she could create cleaning solutions from biodiesel’s off-product glycerin and has since launched her own line of products. (photo by Gwen Ring)
Students from the biofuels class at Polk County High School visited Tawana Weicker’s facility in Landrum where she produces Warhorse and Be Kind Solutions pet care and cleaning products. Weicker began making biofuel to run her family’s vehicles after learning about the process from former PCHS senior Elizabeth Russell. Through that process she discovered how she could create cleaning solutions from biodiesel’s off-product glycerin and has since launched her own line of products. (photo by Gwen Ring)

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Published 4:49pm Wednesday, March 20, 2013

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