2013-05-02 Hour 2 Dwaine Halberg, Dan Sackett
Dwaine Halberg and Daniel Sackett
Collecting 40 gallons of Waste Vegetable Oil (WVO) can be a big task. Most people have day jobs, busy lives and little time to be visiting the local restaurants to find the 40 gallons of oil needed to start the system. Time between batches could be weeks or months apart, which leads to losing interest and low return on your investment.
The majority of the BioDiesel (B-100) systems available cost several thousands and require you to have 40+ gallons of WVO available before you can start making your 1st batch of B-100. The lower cost systems typically do not include a practical method for finishing the BioDiesel or require additional components to be purchased before you have a usable final product. Again, raising the total cost of the system.
Our focus is on bringing BioFuels to you, most companies building Biodiesel reactors are soley focused on the production of BioDiesel (B-100) from Waste Vegetable Oil (WVO) for your Diesel cars and trucks. We are going a step further with our approach and providing smaller systems for emergency power, produced from Algal (algae) oil, which can be used to feed your own aqua culture, garden, live stock and used as health supplements for your "Green" lifestyle.