Eco-Conscious Entrepreneurs Clean Up with a Soap Business
A couple turns restaurants' cooking oil into soap -- and sells it back to the establishments.
Photography by Jeff Clark
Marshall Dostal grew up in a thrifty New England household in which "throw on a sweater" trumped "turn up the heat." True to his roots, when he found work in the advertising industry and he and his wife, Megan, moved to Pasadena, Calif., he drove a 1984 Mercedes 300D that he ran on biodiesel.
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