20 Years of development and innovation from field to fuel. Watch this 20 year timeline of biodiesel...
20 Years of development and innovation from field to fuel.
Watch this 20 year timeline of biodiesel and Bioheat® Fuel.
The National Biodiesel Board Celebrates 20 Years and Looks to Future
The National Biodiesel Board recently celebrated their 20th Anniversary at their 10th annual convention held in Las Vegas, NV. Over 20 different conference sessions took place amongst industry leaders to discuss the industries’ successes, challenges and future.
Bioheat® Fuel Continues to ‘Warm’ New York by Awarding $30,000 in Charity Grants.
Funds will help local United Way heat homes for hurricane victims and others
Continuing its trend of warming up New York, the National Biodiesel Board today announced the winners of its NYC Proud 2B2 Renewable Warmup campaign. To celebrate New York City’s adoption of a 2% biodiesel blend mandate for home heating oil, the four-week campaign recognized charities in the New York area that dedicate their time and energy to helping “warm” NYC residents. The campaign awarded a total of $30,000 in grants to three NYC charities, the organization’s way of saying “thank you” to NYC for being a leader in the renewable fuel evolution.
Check out the new Bioheat® Fuel advertising now in market in the Northeast.
The ads will be running over the course of the next few months during news broadcasts on major channels. The ads highlight the benefits of Bioheat® Fuel – Reduced Emissions, Cleaner Air, Reduced Dependence on Foreign Oil and More American Jobs. Ads running in New York City highlight the B2 2% biodiesel mandate now in effect for New York City.
NYC Gets Greener with Bioheat® Fuel to Advance Sustainability
Bioheat says “Thanks” by awarding $30,000 to Charities that also “warm” NYC
In December 2012, New York City launched its mandate for traditional home heating oil to be blended with 2 percent biodiesel, also known as Bioheat Fuel. Already the nation’s largest municipal user of biodiesel, NYC takes the lead
Reducing Air PollutionEasy Tips to Make a Difference
On average, each of us breathes over 3,000 gallons of air each day. It can make you sick and even kill you. Air pollution can damage trees, crops, lakes and animals. In addition to damaging the natural environment, air pollution also damages buildings, monuments, and statues.