Biodiesel is a diesel replacement fuel for use in diesel engines. It is manufactured from plant oils (e.g., soybean oil, cottonseed oil, canola oil, corn oil); recycled cooking greases or oils (e.g., yellow grease); or animal fats (beef tallow, pork lard); and various combinations of these feedstocks.


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Case Study On Biodiesel

The Manchester Transit Authority upgrades their fleet with biodiesel buses and reduces their GHG emissions with the help of the New Hampshire Clean Cities Coalition.