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Biodiesel Technology

Biodiesel is produced using a well-known chemical process called transesterification whereby vegetable oil or other oil feedstock is separated into ethyl or methyl esters --the biodiesel component-- and glycerin. There are no other byproducts.

Biodiesel process

It is possible to use a number of different feedstocks to produce biodiesel, including used cooking oil, waste oils from animal rendering operations, or virgin oils such as soybean, rapeseed (canola), or palm oils. ENDER will use local, domestically-produced virgin soybean and rapeseed oils as our primary feedstock. Use of virgin oils result in a higher yield and a consistently higher-quality biodiesel product.