• Biodiesel emissions have decreased levels of hydrocarbons and nitrite compounds that have been identified as potential cancer causing compounds.
  • Biodiesel meets internationally accepted standards and is the only alternative fuel to successfully complete the EPA’s rigorous emissions and health effects study under the Clean Air Act.
  • Bio fuel has undergone the Health Effects Testing Requirements (Tier I and Tier II) of the Clean Air Act (1990) and has come out as an only alternative fuel to successfully complete it.
  • Different blend of Biodiesel can turn down the intensity of Carbon dioxide in the air by a big number of 85%
  • Lowers the degree of carbon monoxide up to 20%.
  • Biodiesel contains minimum sulphur content thus reducing the acid rains unlike fossil fuels.


For True Sustainability

As an ISCC certified company, we ensure that all our processes meet the highest quality control and comply with internationally acceptable regulatory standards. This includes the entire supply chain as well as the selection and processing systems. Our ISCC certification also evidences our commitment to contributing to the creation of a cleaner today and a greener tomorrow.

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  • Biodiesel can be used in existing diesel engines with little or no modifications at all and can replace fossil fuels to become the most preferred primary transport energy source.
  • Biodiesel can work as an alternative form of fuel and can reduce our dependence on foreign suppliers of oil as it is produced from domestic energy crops.
  • It is safer to handle, store and transport. Due to the existence of low volatility nature of biodiesel, it is easier and safer to handle than petroleum.
  • Biodiesel degrades at a rate 4 times faster than regular diesel fuel, with nearly 80% of the carbon in the fuel being readily converted by soil.
  • Automobiles builders like Ford, John Deere, Massey-Ferguson, Mercedes, BMW, Volkswagen, Volvo, etc. have accepted Biodiesel as the fuel suitable for their vehicles in the existing diesel engines.
  • The production of biodiesel reduces wastewater by 79 percent and hazardous waste by 96 percent.
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