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Standard Biodiesel Turns Waste Cooking Oil into Fuel
If you want fuel with those fries, Standard Biodiesel recycles waste vegetable oil from restaurants to be processed into biodiesel and biodiesel-petroleum blends to be used in engines, generators, and furnaces. Restaurants can sign up for pickup, which normally begins a few days after registration and is then scheduled regularly depending on the restaurant's volume.

Biodiesel is a safe, clean-burning fuel derived from various vegetable oils, including waste cooking oil. It offers numerous benefits to users, including longer engine or furnace life, as it provides superior lubrication and has little or no particulate content. Biodiesel is widely used around the world but is just now gaining popularity in the USA.

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