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Biofuels

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on 5 May 2010

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BIOFUELS RIGO MARLENE ESTEFANI CHRISTIAN Biofuels are fuels that are, in essence , biodegradable and non-toxic. They are manafactured from vegetables oils, waste cooking oils, animals fats oil, or tall oil.These oild undergo a process called transestification whereby they are hydroxide. Many food and animals waste
products that now end up in our landfill sites decomposed naturally to produce methane gas which also contributes negativly to climate change.
Biodisel is composed of 11 percentof oxygen by mass wichwhen added to petroleum diesel, allow it to burn more effciently.
pros
easy to use: most regular diesel
engines can handle biodisel as readly as regular diesel.
con
NOT easy to find: gas stations only have gasoline at the pumps, and it would take time to convert them. What it is? Cost According to the study by Joe Fargione a regional scientist for the conservency. " converting rainforest, peatlands, savanna, or grassland to produce biofuels in Brazil, southeast Asia, and the united states creates a "biofuels carbon deb't by realising 17 to 40 times more carbon dioxide than the fossil fuels they replace." Who is using it? Humans use it for their Vehicles. Could we do this in Bowling Green? Benefits people/ environment
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