Where does biodiesel come from?
Biodiesel is produced from vegetable oil or animal fats. In Kakinada, India, Universal Biofuels produces biodiesel from non-edible palm stearin and refined palm oil. Crude glycerin is produced as a byproduct during the biodiesel production process and can be further processed into refined glycerin.
What is biodiesel used for?
Biodiesel is used as transportation fuel and heating oil. The biodiesel Universal Biofuels produces provides an alternative, renewable energy solution to these industries. Biodiesel significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on petroleum-based fuels.