Biodiesel in British Columbia - Feasibility Study Report

This report has been produced so as to provide relevant information to anyone who is exploring the potential to develop a commercially viable biodiesel business in British Columbia. 

Biodiesel is a safe, non-toxic, biodegradable and renewable fuel that can be easily used in unmodified diesel engines, and a variety of other applications. Vegetable oil as a fuel source is not a new concept, in fact when Dr Rudolf Diesel designed his prototype diesel engine nearly a century ago, he ran it on peanut oil. He envisioned that diesel engines would operate on a variety of vegetable oils.
Read more by downloading the guide below:
Author: WISE Energy Co-op
Publisher: Eco-Literacy Canada
Apr, 2004
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PDF icon Biodiesel in BC.pdf1.39 MB

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