Many different liquids, like cooking oil, can be recycled and turned into biodiesel. But what is biodiesel, exactly? You can find out here.
What if your pizza delivery van could run on leftover olive oil? Would you be interested in heating your home with potato chips? Could you wash your dishes with donuts?
No, this isn't a strange dream. Fossil fuels currently power vehicles, home heating, and hot water heating. But there is an alternative, a green and clean one. It's called biodiesel and it can be used wherever diesel is used.
You might ask "what is biodiesel?" The answer is an animal or vegetable-fat based fuel. It's almost identical to petroleum-based diesel.
It can be made from recycled restaurant grease. It is a substitute for fossil fuels and it diverts grease from the wastewater treatment stream.
Read on to learn more.