Tuesday, February 20, 2007

How to make Biofuel, Biodiesel, Biofuel Products






















6 comments:

AGAPE COMMUNICATIONS said...

I would enjoy visiting with you about marketing to farmers.
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andre said...

prices?

Greg said...

Too much fuss!

Rick said...

I am very interested in this.And want to know more.Like what kind of backup support can I expect? please email me with info.rabb60@aol.com

Jim said...

I saw something similar at the OKC farm show in 2006. How much does a system cost and how hard is it to obtain the used oil? How good is your support? I have been told by my ford dealer that bio fuel is hard on the fuel system and fuel tank on my 2006 F250 truck. Is there any truth to that? my address is jdiamondg@earthlink.net and my name is Jim Graves

sharpton said...

The drawback is disposal of the glycol byproduct. The "glop" is considered hazardous here in Florida. Can't take it to a landfill. They don't recommend burying it. I live in a residential neighborhood, so throwing it in a field to decompose is not an option. I'm told it can't be made in to soap as there is no market