The Nationals WA leader Brendon Grylls has been appointed to a State Government taskforce that is being set up to investigate the viability of a biofuels industry in Western Australia. Mr Grylls received confirmation of the appointment from the Agriculture Department this week during a meeting to progress talks over the composition of the taskforce and finalise the terms of reference. “This is a wonderful opportunity to develop a new industry with clean-burning renewable fuels and a new market for grain growers,” he said. Mr Grylls said he did not want Western Australia to miss the opportunity to become a player in the nationwide push for a biofuels industry. He believes a biofuels industry could help revitalise country communities and provide opportunities for rural diversification.

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