EBI is providing innovative solutions for the renewable-energy industry, promoting local economic-growth and creating jobs. Biodiesel users from coast to coast have successfully used B20 (a blend of 20 percent biodiesel with 80 percent ultra-low sulfur diesel) in virtually every make and model diesel engine, and the vast majority of new diesel engines now have full OEM support for B20 meeting today’s ASTM specifications.
Compared to fossil fuels like petrol-diesel, a B20 blend reduces carbon by 16 percent, with B100 reducing carbon intensity by 87 percent. According to the California Air Resources Board, using biodiesel reduces carbon substantially more than an electric vehicle if the electricity used in that vehicle is produced from a natural gas or coal fired power plant.
Benefits of using Eslinger Distilled Biodiesel:
- Contains no sulfur
- Positive energy balance
- Increased lubricity extends engine life
- Better engine performance versus other alternative fuels
- No engine modifications necessary to burn biodiesel
- No specialized service or training needed for engines
- Approved by major engine manufacturers
- Creates Jobs
- Boosts local economy
- Improved air quality
Compared to fossil fuels like petrol-diesel, a B20 blend reduces carbon by 16 percent, with B100 reducing carbon intensity by 87 percent.
Fossil fuels make up 80% of the world’s energy needs for electricity, heat, and power consumption. Yet, climate concerns have led to the popularization of alternative fuels such as our ultra-low carbon biodiesel, around the world.
Uses include Light Rail Systems, Caltrans, School Buses Ferry Fleets, Power Plants, Municipal Transit Systems, National and State Parks, the Military and the vast California Agricultural Industry.
At full capacity, the plant will operate 24/7 and create 21 new full time positions and 200 indirect jobs in support industries.
Closed loop process technologies with zero emissions means no odors or hazardous stream.
Project provides low emission bio-fuel to the local community, it’s transit authorities and corporation yards.
Lower air emissions, particularly by trucks in the area, translates into fewer respiratory health issues and lower community health costs.
The process technologies have limited commercial water consumption other than employee facilities.
Our project “Fuels America’s Independence” by significantly reducing GHG and our dependence on foreign oil.