But what about technologies that bolt-on a different processing unit, but keeps everything else the same. Or uses an abundant, odious and low cost feedstock?
Thatâ€™s a frugal fuel. In these nefarious economic times, why not make do with whatâ€™s already in place?
Here are our Top 12 ways to transform biofuels using materials â€“ usually waste by-products, or lower-value materials â€“ already around us?
Thereâ€™s a small market for glycerin as a building block material, but it has been overwhelmed by the supply coming from some biodiesel operators who have been producing a pure enough glycerine for sale into the industrial glycerin market â€“ many biodiesel operators havenâ€™t been able to produce it at sufficient purity and it has been distributed at very little value into the feed market, or even landfilled.