Apparently our well considered leaders are not very keen for us to go out making our own fuel; they’ve gone to great lengths to discourage growers from making their own fuel and using it on their land, introducing excises and other regressive tools.
So for the sake of an argument, what follows here is more example of what can be done rather than instructions – you’ll need to find out yourselves what regulations need to be followed.
This biodiesel was made from a combination of waste rice bran oil and cottonseed oil collected from local restaurants. It cost around $200 to set up a mixture which gave around 1000 litres of fuel. Read More