Tag Archives | biodiesel

Grace into Biofuels

According to the Green Car Congress Grace Davison, part of WR Grace is setting up a BioFuel Technologies Group to devise catalysts and adsorbants to produce bioethanol and biodiesel.

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Need a tank full of biodiesel?

I’m just a sucker for mapping applications. If you decide you want a tankfull of biodiesel then this could be the place for you. The link takes a few seconds to load, but it looks pretty comprehensive. You’ll have to drill down into the individual states for more detail.

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If only things were simple

Here’s an interesting take on the idea that biodiesel production uses chemicals, and that these are contained in biodiesel. How else are they going to make it? It doesn’t quite grow on trees.

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The basis of blogging

Hi, and welcome to my first foray into biofuels. I’ve spent a lot of time working in conventional media, on publications where I’ve been lucky enough to be allowed to exercise my natural curiosity and interest in the material and chemical world around us.

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