Biodiesel Production And Its Use As A Biofuel

Fossil Fuel reservoirs are depleting, the demand for these energy fuels is increasing. We all know that these resources take millions of years and huge pressure to evolve, can we actually afford a world without them? By any chance, will there be any economy at all to move?

The entire nations will become stand-still. So, is there anything we can do about it now? Unfortunately, there is absolutely no way to renew the fossil fuels. However, we can switch to biofuels as soon as we can, such that they can become a part of every human soon.

Biodiesel is just one type of biofuels that is burnt cleanly and is non-toxic, biodegradable and also sulfur-free. Many may be thinking that it is raw vegetable oil, but this is wrong. Biodiesel is manufactured under strict specifications and is approximately carbon-neutral that directly implies that it does not contribute at all to global warming.

Unlike standard diesel, biodiesel virtually emit almost zero greenhouse gases. Since other fuels emit sulfur that leads to consequences like acid rain and greenhouse effect, green fuel will not leave any effect on environment and human health as well.

Biodiesel is produced by cultivation and processing of plant seeds which are very rich in oil. In India, Jatropha oil seeds are used to make bio-diesel.

With usage of biodiesel, there is no danger of smog or ozone layer depletion. Also, biofuels are way better than any other conventional fuel in maintaining as well as increasing the life of engine and reduce friction. With this and a lot more to offer, there is no denying that bio diesels will soon be available at every gas station.

Furthermore, automobile manufacturers are also working towards manufacturing green cars that will use green fuel and with this on line, soon we will be switching to greener fuel as our first, foremost and only choice.