Reduce Emissions Today With A Simple Change

With sustainability policies on the rise in the public and private sectors, keep in mind that reducing transportation emissions is one of the most impactful ways to meet clean air goals.

We ran some calculations to compare greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions among a few different fuel sources. Here’s how much higher various fuels’ GHG emissions are per gallon compared to B100 (100% biodiesel) from Renewable Energy Group:

B100

LOWEST

GHG EMISSIONS
Natural Gas-Derived Electricity

190%

HIGHER
Compressed Natural Gas

430%

HIGHER
Petroleum Diesel

580%

HIGHER

 

Not only is biodiesel great for lowering emissions — it also performs well, adding lubricity and higher Cetane, and easing strain on diesel particulate filters. It’s also a simple drop-in solution for diesel engines that’s priced competitively and can be used year-round.

If you aren’t using biodiesel yet, we would love to discuss the possibilities with you.

 

*REG calculations based on REG biodiesel produced from used cooking oil and based on the .