The rising price of American car fuel has caused many local people to feel overwhelmed. Some Americans have always liked to â€œdo it themselvesâ€ to solve problems. The Americans then opened â€œsmall refineriesâ€ in their own garages and backyards, and succeeded in extracting biodiesel at very low prices from edible oil waste collected from restaurants. Many people say that this alternative energy source is cheaper and more environmentally friendly than the gas station's fuel. It is reported that the refining process of biodiesel is not complicated: people need to first filter the waste oil, remove the most viscous glycerol component, and then add a little alcohol (methanol) and lye to refine it. A small family refinery can process more than 1,000 liters of biodiesel daily.
At present, the direct use of waste cooking oil is not yet legal in the United States. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency stipulated that the unauthorized use of waste oil directly from the modified engine would result in a fine of 2,750 U.S. dollars. Therefore, some businesses that provide engine conversion devices have submitted environmental protection certification applications to the US Environmental Protection Agency. Once approved, the use of edible waste oil will become more convenient. In addition to price factors, the use of biodiesel can extend the life of automotive engines and is more conducive to environmental protection. Biodiesel, a raw material for cooking oil, is a renewable energy source and has very little pollution when burned. However, this new type of energy user must modify the engine and configure the two tanks so that it can use both conventional diesel and digestible biodiesel (start with regular diesel, start with biodiesel).
Apart from converting edible oil waste into biodiesel, more large-scale enterprises directly use soybean oil to refine biodiesel. According to the statistics of the National Biodiesel Committee of the United States, the United States produced approximately 284 million liters of biodiesel in 2005, which is three times that of 2004. This year it is expected to double its 2005 base to 568 million liters. In contrast, the U.S. consumes 2,270 billion litres of traditional diesel each year.
Biodiesel processing is a rapidly developing emerging industry in the United States. Many â€œpredecessorsâ€ reminded that, considering that biodiesel is combustible and will produce corrosive gases during processing, home workshops must have good ventilation and fire prevention awareness. At the same time, the relatively cheap price of this kind of fuel is based on the â€œhard workâ€ of the owner, so not everyone can enjoy it.
In addition to biodiesel, vast rural areas in the Midwestern United States also seek alternatives to automotive fuels by converting corn into ethanol. It is estimated that by 2010, the number of cars that can use fuel and ethanol will double in vehicles produced by the three largest automobile plants in the United States. At that time, the U.S. government also requires the addition of more biological components (such as ethanol, etc.) to vehicle fuels. Many farmers therefore laughed and smiled. The corn and soybeans in the United States will also be the â€œgold rushesâ€ that many people are chasing. However, there are also concerns that this move may result in higher food prices in the United States, which will offset the benefits of reduced vehicle fuel prices. Due to supply shortages, ethanol prices in the United States have also started to rise, more than doubling from six months ago.
According to the Christian Science Monitor, the booming "biofuel" industry will attract more venture capitalists to "go the tide" in the main corn producing areas in the United States. They believe that Huang Chengcheng corn kernels that appear before their eyes today may become "gold" in the future. Since the existing petroleum pipelines cannot transport ethanol, the use of rail transport cannot meet the demand and will stimulate the further development of the ethanol industry. At present, there are 101 households that use corn to produce ethanol, and 30 are under construction. Some farmers say that using corn to produce ethanol will allow their crops to be â€œutilizedâ€ and bring about life to the many rural towns that have been devastated by the economic downturn and the outflow of people.
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