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Bio Diesel

Biodiesel serves as a renewable and cleaner-burning alternative to conventional diesel fuel, promoting sustainability and reducing environmental impact in the transportation sector.

Biodiesel can be used in its pure form (referred to as B100) or blended with petroleum diesel in various ratios, such as B20 (20% biodiesel and 80% petroleum diesel) or B5 (5% biodiesel and 95% petroleum diesel). Many vehicles, especially those with diesel engines, can use biodiesel blends without any modifications.

Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF)

Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is a renewable and low-carbon alternative to traditional aviation fuel. It is produced from sustainable feedstocks like plant oils and agricultural waste, reducing greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact in the aviation industry.

Used Cooking Oil (UCO)

UCO stands for Used Cooking Oil. It refers to the oil that has been previously used in cooking or frying food and is no longer suitable for consumption. UCO is a valuable resource as it can be recycled and transformed into biodiesel through a process called transesterification. Recycling UCO for biodiesel production helps reduce waste, prevents it from entering the sewage system or landfills, and provides a sustainable feedstock for renewable fuel. 

Bio Marine Fuel

Bio-marine fuel, also known as marine biofuel or bio-based marine fuel, is a type of renewable fuel derived from biological sources found in marine environments. It is specifically designed for use in maritime transportation, such as ships and vessels. Bio-marine fuel can be produced from various marine biomass, including algae, seaweed, and other aquatic plants. The production process typically involves extracting lipids or oils from the marine biomass and converting them into biodiesel or other biofuels. Bio-marine fuel offers the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact in the shipping industry, contributing to more sustainable and eco-friendly maritime operations.

Bio Gas

Biogas is a type of renewable energy produced through the anaerobic digestion of organic materials. The production process of biogas involves the decomposition of organic matter, such as animal manure, sewage sludge, agricultural waste, or food waste, in an oxygen-free environment. 

Biogas can be used as a source of heat and electricity generation. It can be burned directly in a boiler or engine to produce heat or used in a combined heat and power (CHP) system to generate both heat and electricity. 

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