As a citizen of the United States you may not fully comprehend how lucky we are in terms of gas prices.
Truly we are very, very lucky as our world neighbors have it worse than us. So when you have a thought about rising gas prices at your local pump, thing of how bad some others have it, like mom always said be grateful for your blessings.
So exactly how much are our world neighbors paying for fuel? Here is a 2014 study from more than 18,000 Sources. Source Statista
U.S. $ dollars per gallon
· Norway 9.26
· Turkey 8.44
· Hong Kong 8.31
· United Kingdom 7.33
· Switzerland 7.1
· Greece 7.06
· Ireland 6.98
· Germany 6.94
· France 6.52
· Spain 6.32
· Japan 5.79
· Brazil 5.5
· China 4.68
· South Africa 4.65
· Canada 4.5
Now many of these countries have adopted the use of diesel powered vehicles to off set the cost of fuel and have even begun producing biodiesel for these vehicles to further save money and help clean the environment and make money.
As the biodiesel industry continues to grow from its humble beginnings from waste oil from restaurants, food manufacturers and more, to the world power the industry will become biodiesel production has continually risen in these countries.
Other areas of the world that have more interest in biodiesel production than the United States.
- United States
The great news is commercial biodiesel production has become more affordable than ever before, so individuals, companies and governments can now produce in-expensively provided they have an ample supply of used cooking oil or waste vegetable oil to turn into biodiesel fuel.
So what exactly does it take to turn used cooking oil into fuel you may ask? If you want to get started making commercial biodiesel fuel for resale or just for your own fleet of vehicles you may just look at the B-500 Commercial biodiesel processor.
Keep in mind, any vehicle with a diesel engine can use Biodiesel safely and economically made with a commercial Biodiesel processing plant that is made on-site by its owner operator. All diesel powered vehicles can benefit from the use of Biodiesel. Most owners cannot tell the difference in performance from petroleum based diesel to a biodiesel product made from waste cooking oil and they state their vehicles have more power and run better with less noise.
So countries around the world are now converting their own used cooking oil to fuel easily and affordably using commercial biodiesel production systems like B-500 continuous biodiesel plant that makes up to 2.3 million gallons of biodiesel per year.
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