Diesel

Biodiesel is an alternative fuel and fuel additive for use in all diesel engines. Biodiesel has been extensively researched, registered, and approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Biodiesel is made from soybean oil, vegetable oils, animal fats and other natural ingredients. Rudolf Diesel invented the “Diesel” engine over 100 years ago, and designed it to run on pure vegetable oil.

Biodiesel is non-toxic and biodegradable. Biodiesel is 10 times less toxic than table salt, and biodegrades faster than sugar!

Biodiesel is clean-burning. Biodiesel significantly lowers emissions that produce smog and acid rain. Better air quality means better health for people and our planet.

Biodiesel is a renewable fuel. Made from seed crops and animal fats grown by American farmers, Biodiesel is an “ever green” source of energy.

Biodiesel is good for our nation’s economy. Production and use of Biodiesel supports American agriculture and creates industry jobs, while decreasing our national dependence on finite supplies of foreign oil.