Using pure biodiesel or blending standard fuel with biodiesel can reduce greenhouse-gas emissions from the transport sector, new Australian research confirms. A Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization report assesses the emissions levels and environmental impact of biodiesel produced from sources including used cooking oil, tallow, imported palm oil and canola. “The results of this study show biodiesel has the potential to reduce emissions from the transport ...

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