Biodiesel Gas Station Locations and Information
Biodiesel.net will help you locate biodiesel and other alternative fuels in your city or state. This site currently has listings for 423 biodiesel gas station locations that are open to the public in 310 cities in over 41 states.
If your wondering what Biodiesel is, it is a blend of 85% Ethanol and 15% unleaded gasoline. There are several common blends of biodiesel available. These blends are a a combination of petroleum based diesel, and a percentage of biodiesel. Common biodiesel blends that are available are B5, B20, and B99. Pure biodiesel is referred to as B100.
B20 can be used in most unmodified diesel engines, but users should consult their manufactures information in order to prevent damage to their vehicle.
The majority of the biodiesel that is produced comes from soybean oil. Biodiesel can also be produced from rapeseed oil, Jatropha, and many other crops. Some biodiesel is also produced from waste vegetable oil, animal fats, or algae.