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Latest Vegetable Cooking Oil Prices April 2016

Latest vegetable cooking oil prices for April 2016

These are the latest new vegetable oil prices for April 2016, Chefs Larder Vegetable Oil 20 litres 14.99, Consumers Pride Rapeseed Cooking Vegetable Oil 20 litres 15.55, KTC Vegetable Cooking Oil 20 litres 12.49, Prep ZT Long Life Vegetable Oil 15 litres 15.99.



We are an independent collector of waste vegetable oils only and do not manufacture or produce biodiesel.

To find a biodiesel station in your area click here UK Biodiesel Filling Station

Waste Vegetable Oils collects used cooking oils and fats for use as a source in biodiesel production. This service also helps keep the drain systems clean and vermin at bay. Our goal is the contribution to the environment for future cleaner bio fuels energy production.

Biodiesel has many advantages including reduction of harmful emissions such as carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, particulates and hydrocarbons. It also reduces atmospheric carbon dioxide which is one of the main greenhouse gases. It is made mainly from vegetable oils and it is a non-toxic, biodegradable fuel which is safer than mineral diesel.

No engine modification is required and in fact reduces engine wear due to its higher lubricity. It can be used in its pure form or blended with mineral diesel. Performance and fuel consumption characteristics are very similar to mineral diesel.

Biodiesel is made from renewable and sustainable resources therefore reducing the pressure on dwindling mineral oil supplies.

Burns up to 90% cleaner than conventional diesel fuel made from fossil fuels. Substantially reduces unburned hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and particulate matter in exhaust fumes. Using biodiesel is a practical way that people and businesses can reduce their carbon footprint - the amount of carbon dioxide emitted as a result of energy used. Biodiesel is plant-based and adds almost no CO2 to the atmosphere. Sulphur dioxide emissions are eliminated (Biodiesel contains no sulphur)

Biodiesel also has a much higher flashpoint making it much less likely to ignite in a car wreck or spill and is the safest fuel to use, handle, and store

Its also biodegradable and can be used for environmentally sensitive applications e.g. forestry and on waterways.


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