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Biodiesel is a renewable fuel primarily made from any vegetable or animal oil source. In the United States the most common source is soybean oil, though many other plants, like Canola, work just as well. Waste vegetable oil (left over from deep fryers) can also be used. Biodiesel is not the same as corn ethanol which may or may not be feasible to mass produce agriculturally.
Biodiesel is used in modern diesel vehicles with no mechanical alterations and with no loss of performance. Blending biodiesel and regular diesel at any ratio works just as well as either 100% biodiesel or 100% diesel. Biodiesel runs cleaner in the engine, cleaning fuel lines of carbon deposits.
99% biodiesel costs about the same as regular diesel in the Pacific Northwest. Diesel engine cars get higher fuel economy than gasoline cars, making the cost per mile cheaper than using gasoline. The State of Washington has mandated a 20% blend of biodiesel in all state-owned diesel vehicles.
BIODIESEL PRODUCES 79% LESS CARBON THAN PETROL WITHOUT THE RISK OF ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE OR THE THREAT OF WAR!