The Alberta government announced $4.7 million in funding for a new Lethbridge County facility that will turn agricultural waste, inedible animal fats and used cooking oil into biodiesel fuel and glycerin.

The $28.6-million Canary Biofuels facility will be the first of its kind in Canada, the government said in a news release on Tuesday, producing an estimated 70 million litres of renewable fuel.

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