Biodiesel is an organic fuel from natural origin. We use vegetable oils for its production. Through a transesterification process we achieve a high quality fuel with low pollution levels.
Less pollution, more clean air.
FAME, "Fatty Acid Methyl Esther", is a renewable energy that does not contain aromatic compounds of sulfur and its use contributes to the reduction of the emission of particles, thanks to the presence of oxygen. The use of biodiesel drastically reduces the unburned hydrocarbons and the content of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.
It reduces greenhouse gases and helps to recover the energy balance.
Biodiesel is a renewable energy, derived from plants. The biodiesel cycle closes thanks to the plants that originate and use CO2 to grow. The carbon dioxide balance, therefore, is practically zero, for the benefit of the environment and the climate. The energy balance is positive: each unit introduced to produce biodiesel returns 2.5 units of energy in the combustion.