The GEO Biofuel Difference

GEO Biofuel contracts with companies to collect used fat or vegetable oil in our clean, sanitary containers. Our customer-oriented teams use a state-of-the-art, "no-spill" vacuum system to transfer the oil from the customers' location to the plant, where the oil is converted to biodiesel One-hundred percent of all collected oil is recycled.

Produced domestically, biodiesel can help relieve U.S. dependence on foreign petroleum. Made from natural, renewable resources such as vegetable oils, animal fats and recycled cooking oils, biodiesel is less toxic than table salt and as biodegradable as sugar. In its pure form it can be handled, stored and transported with the same guidelines as vegetable oil and creates approximately 78 percent less carbon dioxide and 100 percent less sulfur emissions than petroleum-based diesel fuels.