Deep-frying oil instead of diesel: non-standard biofuels will be used in France
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10 liters of used cooking oil makes 8 liters biodiesel. Such fuel contains 90% less harmful substances than conventional diesel.
France has officially allowed the use of used deep-frying oil as fuel for cars. This proposal was made by the local Green Party and the Senate supported it. This was reported by the BMFTV channel.
Vegetable oil biofuel will become an environmentally friendly alternative to diesel and will help fill its deficit. The fact is that in October French refineries did not work because of strikes. The Greens have come up with a similar initiative for a long time, but only now, in the context of the fuel crisis, it has been brought to life.
Experts believe that 8 liters of biodiesel is obtained from 10 liters of used deep-frying oil after filtration. When it is burned, 90% less harmful substances are released than when burning conventional diesel fuel. In addition, it is much cheaper.
So far, “green” fuel has been allowed only for corporate fleets, because it is business that suffers most from the shortage of diesel. However, it is not excluded that soon all motorists will be able to use it.