Biodiesel as alternative fuel

Biodiesel can be used as an alternative to the petroleum or ‘fossil fuels’. Biodiesel can be produced by simple biochemical process with low production cost. For biodiesel production, most biodiesel produced are at produced form the chip shops, restaurants, industrial food producers such as Birdseye etc. Biodiesel can be used as the best alternative of fossil fuel. Fertilizer production is not the only source of pollution associated with the production of biodiesel. Other sources include the esterification process, the solvent extraction of the oil, refining, drying and transporting. Biodiesel has a higher flash point than fossil diesel and so is safer in the event of a crash.

 

  • Renewable energy resource
  • Recycling and reduced waste
  • Reduced emissions
  • Improved quality control
  • Effective burning

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