Biofuel Vs. Conventional Oil?

Answer Conventional oil is extracted through oil wells and refined into oil that is used for heating, to power vehicles, and to produce plastic and other products. Biofuels are a replacement intended for ... Read More »

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What Are the Uses for Biofuel?

Biofuels or biodiesels are biodegradable, nontoxic fuels made from the waste of cooking oil, animal fats or tall oil --- a by-product of the pulp and paper industry --- through a process known as t... Read More »

How do I Make Biofuel Gas to Run a Car?

With the price of gas always rising, many people are looking to biofuel as an alternative to power their cars. You can make your own biofuel at home for a cost often cheaper than what you pay at th... Read More »

The Components of Biofuel?

Biofuels are increasingly gaining prominence due to the need for energy security, oil price spikes and the concern over green house gas emissions. They are produced from living organisms or waste ... Read More »

How to Make Biofuel?

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