Biofuel Demand Rising and Leading to Thefts

Wanted: Biodiesel In 2007, the federal U.S. Renewable Fuel Standard law was expanded to mandate usage of renewable sources of used oil be blended into transportation fuel to create biofuel or biodiesel.  The purpose of this was to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  The...

Benefits of Recycling Kitchen Oil

Some people have trouble remembering or don’t realize that they can recycle used kitchen oil, and that there are several significant benefits of recycling kitchen oil. First, used kitchen cooking oil can be recycled and used as renewable energy.  Instead of the...

What is Biodiesel?

What is Biodiesel? It is a renewable energy source. To understand what biodiesel is, we must first understand what “renewable energy source” means.  It is any energy source that is naturally replenished, i.e., from solar, geothermal, hydroelectric, biogas, or wind...
Creating Biodiesel from Used Oil and Grease

Creating Biodiesel from Used Oil and Grease

Creating Biodiesel from Grease Oil and grease from restaurants can be recycled into energy.  The biodiesel created is one of the most environmentally friendly feedstocks.  In fact, when compared to petro-diesel, biodiesel from waste oil results in a significant...