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Biodiesel, Part 2: Farmer describes the work involved

publication date: Feb 1, 2004
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I collect waste vegetable oil (wvo) from two local diners. These two places are preferred because they filter their used fry oil and store it in the plastic 5-gallon containers the vegetable oil originally came in. It is easy for me to pick up these containers on a weekly basis in the back of my pickup truck. I have received offers of wvo from other sources that I ended up turning down because of poor quality product…ie: water in the oil or unfiltered oil with a lot of solids in it.

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