Biodiesel

Biodiesel is a type of fuel that is highly suitable for diesel engines. More specifically it is derived from a variety of oils such as soybean, corn, algae, and peanut oil, and is distinct from its origin in that it is more easily combustible due to a process of glycerin removal; it can be easily blended with petroleum and/or other biodiesel fuels. 2

  • http://non Naheer Taip, Sri Lanka

    I think all those opposing the development of Bio fuel, point to the use of large quantity of Corn, Soy and Rape seeds, which they claim are important
    for animal feed, oils, and human beings.
    Manufacturers of Biofuel, can look around for any other non-food crops, which Agricultural experts have found can be successfuly grown in lands not suitable for food crops.