Biodiesel is a domestically produced, renewable option to petroleum-based diesel. Produced from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease, it carries lower emissions and increases energy security compared to traditional diesel.
It’s a liquid fuel often referred to as B100 or neat biodiesel in its pure, unblended form, and is used to fuel compression-ignition engines.
B20 is the common blend of biodiesel. It represents a good balance between cost, emissions, cold-weather performance, and tool and material compatibility.
Learn more about the basics and benefits of biodiesel here!