Replacing Fossil Fuel with Bio-Diesel Fuel
Running Time: 324 seconds
Published: 2010-11-15 01:49:29
Bio-diesel is a renewable fuel that can be manufactured in the kitchen using vegetable oil or waste fat from restaurants and canteens. Bio-diesel can be used in any diesel engine with few or no modifications.
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