Biodiesel purveyor Martin Tobias on the radio at KCBS
"The difference with biodiesel is that you don't have to heat the oil up quite as hot," he said.
I wasn't quite as impressed with Tobias' comment that waste vegetable oil is not renewable because you can't go to McDonald's and ask them to fry more French fries, but you can always grow more soybeans. I suppose this is technically true, but I doubt there are many WVO users who would shirk at using virgin veggie oil if all the restaurants were out of oil. The fact that they're recycling WVO makes it cleaner than virgin oil, doesn't it?
You can listen to the clip here.
[Source: Imperium Renewables]
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