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Old 04-21-2012, 07:44 AM
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starting to make bio ??????

I was abile to buy b100 at the and now can only get b20 at the pumps around the harrisburg area.

Making bio
How much mess is involded ?
How much space do you need I mean real space , not just the platform of the brewer and sediment tank?
how much odor is there in the intire process?
What else did I forget to ask before jumpimg into this?
I have read all the bio posts and and was researching systems on the internet. I rent a building to run my mechanical and electrical business out of which there is so space and I send a lot of time there or at least go there several times a day
Is their some one with in the harrisburg pa area who is brewing

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you should also ask can I get enough waste veggie oil around my location to make this even worthwhile? no one gives waste veggie oil away anymore. so would having to purchase something that would normally be thrown out be worth it? not trying to discourage you at all. I almost bought a prebuilt processor till i found out no one gives away waste veggie oil around me. they have contracts with comercial biodiesel processors who pay top dollar for the wvo. those commercial processors dont sell biodiesel to the public either. only one place i know of that is way outside the Detroit area that sells bio/petro blends it is not even in the same county. and even then its never better than b20.
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