Biodiesel, a popular form of first-generation biofuel, is domestically produced, and can be made from vegetable oils,  animal fats, or recycled restaurant grease. It is a clean-burning replacement for petroleum diesel fuel and is nontoxic and biodegradable. Biodiesel can be used in its pure form or blended at any ratio with petroleum diesel to achieve cost efficiency.


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Biodiesel in Vermont

  • 2 stations throughout the state
  • 39,344 gallons of gasoline equivalents used
  • 356 tons of C02 emissions reduced
  • Source: Department of Energy, 2017


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