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Old 09-10-2010, 02:39 AM
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Looking for a Good Biodiesel Recipe

The title says it all, I have plans for a Processor that I still need to Build(it is a Drew Orr Design) and I still need to get a source for waste oil but I have a few places that may be available to me.

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Due to variables in wvo feedstock and which caustic you plan on using, there is no 'one size fits all' recipe per se. Here is a great website to get you started: make-biodiesel.org

Once you become accustomed to the process, here is a great forum which covers a lot of ground in the biodiesel world with the latest, state of the art methods and procedures discussed:
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Make sure you have a line on your wvo. Now is a good time to build relationships with potential sources, since fuel prices are down. Once the price of fuel climbs again, it will become more difficult to obtain wvo.
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