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Genuine Bio-Fuel Clears the Air About Biodiesel In Wake of Recent Turmoil
Date:1/29/2013

he Alternative Fuels Data Center, biodiesel fuel reduces the emissions of pollutants such as unburned hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide, sulfates into the air, and reduces the effects of green house gas simultaneously. It is a non-toxic and can be produced from the remaining energy within wasted vegetable oil, non-edible cooking oil, brown grease, trap grease, and yellow grease— its production creates a safe and efficient way to dispose and reuse these waste products without competing with food crops.

In addition to the environmental benefits, the alternative energy industry is putting Americans back to work. With the laundry list of benefits Longo suggests, “The general public needs to understand the importance of biodiesel and question why is Big Oil going to these extreme efforts to halt biodiesel production.” Americans have seen and felt the damages excessive use of oil causes, especially during the BP Oil Spill; it’s now time for them to experience the benefits of alternative energy.

More about Genuine Bio-Fuel: Genuine Bio-Fuel Inc. is a leader in biodiesel production and technology in Florida. Working with local communities since 2008, they collect used vegetable cooking oil, plant oils and fats, refine it and efficiently produce renewable, sustainable clean biodiesel that meets or exceeds the required ASTM standards. An RFS-2 Registered Renewable Fuel Producer, this dedicated environmental steward is 100% privately funded. To find out more about Genuine Bio-Fuel’s please visit our website http://www.genuinebiofuel
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