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    Thread: Regional BioDiesel Availability

    1. 04-14-2006 04:47 PM #36
      Diesel in Seattle: $3.02 - $3.07 per gallon as of 4/14.
      Biodiesel in Seattle: $3.06 per gallon as of 4/14.
      Would you go bio if it was cheaper, or would the idea of being green turn you off too much?

    2. 04-17-2006 10:18 AM #37
      B5 now available at Keystone Service Center, Camp Hill, PA for $2.85/gallon as of 4/15/06.

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      04-18-2006 04:56 PM #38
      B20 in San Diego running same cost as regular (at the same station anyway - saw reg for about 15c less elsewhere).

      EDIT: $3.05/USgal




      Modified by RogueTDI at 8:22 AM 4-21-2006


    4. 04-20-2006 02:58 PM #39
      $3.29/gallon the other day at the Green Car Co.


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      04-20-2006 03:13 PM #40
      Quote, originally posted by Malone »
      http://www.cascadiabiofuels.com/locations.htm

      BC (British Columbia), Canada

      Regular dino, B5, B10, and B20 all in a retail pump.

      Opened January 26 2006.

      Autogas Propane 10128 Nordel Court in Delta B.C., just south of the Alex Fraser Bridge and off of Nordel Way

      So far B20 is consistently 2 cents cheaper than regular diesel (per litre), and B10 1 cent less. B5 0.5 cent less.

      I heard yesterday that they will be offering B50, which could be 5 cents less than regular (per litre).

      More information and pictures of the station can be seen here:
      http://vwdiesel.net/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=2943


    6. 04-21-2006 04:50 PM #41
      Quote, originally posted by RyanDice »
      B5 now available at Keystone Service Center, Camp Hill, PA for $2.85/gallon as of 4/15/06.

      Hey Ryan. Long time no type Where in Camp Hill is the Keystone Service Center?


    7. 05-02-2006 12:20 PM #42
      Heres a station ( i think 76) in Ballard, here in Washington State.

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      05-24-2006 02:02 PM #43
      i'd use biodiesel even if it was 7cents more.

      it burns cleaner. my car smokes NO WHERE near as much with B5 as it does with D2


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      05-24-2006 02:03 PM #44
      Keystone Oil is at the intersection of Slatehill and Gettysburg. right down the street from Pizza Grille (right by trinity highschool)

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      06-07-2006 06:35 PM #45
      We just got Bio Diesel neaby in Troy New York. Big write-up in the Albay Times Union and Troy Record, Gov Pataki was there pumping up a Jetta TDI (which you can't buy in NY...haven't been for years.). The station is owned by John Ray and Sons.
      It's an 80/20 Mix, B20.

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      06-08-2006 06:01 PM #46
      Quote, originally posted by odwyerpw »
      We just got Bio Diesel neaby in Troy New York. Big write-up in the Albay Times Union and Troy Record, Gov Pataki was there pumping up a Jetta TDI (which you can't buy in NY...haven't been for years.). The station is owned by John Ray and Sons.
      It's an 80/20 Mix, B20.


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      06-25-2006 10:06 PM #47
      In the Phoenix area, the only place I know if is:

      Western States Petroleum
      450 South 15th Avenue
      Phoenix AZ 85007
      +1-602-252-4011


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      06-27-2006 02:02 AM #48
      Denver drivers should know about Blue Sun Biodiesel, available in Commerce City, Boulder, Ft. Collins and Colorado Springs, among other places. Their B100 has been steady at $3.10 per for a while. It's a luxury, sure, to burn a fuel that you can be proud of, but for me it's worth it.

    14. 06-29-2006 11:43 AM #49
      anyone know a spot in southern wisconsin or northern illinois?
      Boiler Up!

      Make it three yards mother****er and we'll have an automobile race

    15. 06-29-2006 11:37 PM #50
      i guess Ft laudy is the closest.. way down in broward county.. any floridians know of any places perhaps in pb county.. i know the refinery is down in bro county..
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    16. 08-07-2006 07:44 PM #51
      B100 offered in 6 places around the Triangle, NC (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill):

      Piedmont Biofuels

      Just finished a new million-gallon facility to be come the first commercial producer in the state. Also a coop you can join to learn to make it.


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      08-08-2006 12:19 AM #52
      Quote, originally posted by nathandh »
      B100 offered in 6 places around the Triangle, NC (Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill):

      Piedmont Biofuels

      Just finished a new million-gallon facility to be come the first commercial producer in the state. Also a coop you can join to learn to make it.


    18. 08-08-2006 01:15 PM #53
      im looking for biodiesel in northern illinois/southern wisconsin - anyone know who sells it around here?

      im willing to travel

      Boiler Up!

      Make it three yards mother****er and we'll have an automobile race

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      08-08-2006 01:18 PM #54
      Quote, originally posted by Juiced6 »
      im looking for biodiesel in northern illinois/southern wisconsin - anyone know who sells it around here?

      im willing to travel

      Damn your lucky!

      http://www.biodiesel.org/buyin...ites/


    20. 08-15-2006 07:29 PM #55
      LANCASTER COUNTY, PA
      Available in the Litiz / Manheim area of Lancaster County, from Worley Obetz.

      http://www.worleyobetz.com/


      Modified by Savage223 at 3:54 PM 8-15-2006


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      08-15-2006 07:43 PM #56
      Quote »
      http://www.cascadiabiofuels.com/locations.htm

      BC (British Columbia), Canada

      Regular dino, B5, B10, and B20 all in a retail pump.

      Opened January 26 2006.

      Autogas Propane 10128 Nordel Court in Delta B.C., just south of the Alex Fraser Bridge and off of Nordel Way

      So far B20 is consistently 2 cents cheaper than regular diesel (per litre), and B10 1 cent less. B5 0.5 cent less.

      They've now changed to B5, B20, B40:


    22. 08-16-2006 10:36 PM #57
      New to the forum...expecting my new (used) Beetle TDI in a week or two....any stickys or links to the do's and don'ts for biodiesel? I've read a bit here about water in the seperator....and I'm clueless about what to do. I appreciate any help! We have B20 available here in San Diego at RTC fuels...that's where I would most likely be refueling.


      Modified by marcusTDI at 6:38 PM 8-16-2006

    23. 08-17-2006 03:02 PM #58
      Quote, originally posted by veedub11 »

      Damn your lucky!

      http://www.biodiesel.org/buyin...ites/

      not really my town and surrounding areas consist of almost 400k people - and i have to travel 40 minutes to get biodiesel

      Boiler Up!

      Make it three yards mother****er and we'll have an automobile race

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      08-27-2006 03:03 AM #59
      B50 is now available at Queen St. E. and Pape Ave... in Toronto.

      $1.07/L on Wednesday August 23, 2006.


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      09-01-2006 11:33 PM #60
      B5 on Hwy. 7 GOCO b/w St. Mary's and Stratford
      last day was 97c/l

      It's where I top up the BioBunny .

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      09-03-2006 12:34 PM #61
      B20 or B100 available from Truck Town Terminals in Milton, Ontario.
      Cheap, fast, reliable - Pick your two!

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      09-08-2006 11:25 PM #62
      The grange located in issaquah, wa off 1-90
      Exxon station located on electric ave. in bellingham, wa.
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      09-09-2006 11:02 PM #63
      Bio-D in Athens Ohio

      The BP Bulk Plant in Athens Ohio on Elliott St. can get Biodiesel in 55 gallon drums, it's "offroad fuel" - no road tax included. You have to call them up a couple days in advance to get it set up... They are only open weekdays

      Here's their info
      42 Elliott St
      Athens, OH
      (740) 593-7277


    29. 09-13-2006 08:47 PM #64
      Keystone Super Service
      4195 Old Gettsyburg Road
      Camp Hill, PA 17011
      George Wonders - Owner
      717-737-6520 B20

      Click anywhere on the map below to find biodiesel retail locations in the United States

      Follow link:
      http://www.biodiesel.org/buyin...ites/


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      09-19-2006 11:07 PM #65
      Hampton Roads got their first Biodiesel pump: PAPCO Oil Company's station is located at 4920 Southern Boulevard in Virginia Beach

      http://www.wtkr.com/Global/story.asp?S=5396734

      http://www.wvec.com/news/vabea....html

      First public biodiesel station to open in Va. Beach

      06:26 PM EDT on Tuesday, September 12, 2006

      By Dottie Wikan, WVEC.com

      For people whose vehicles use diesel, they now have a choice of fuels.

      The region's first retail, public biodiesel pump will open Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. at PAPCO Oil Company’s station at 4920 Southern Boulevard.

      It will sell B20, a mixture of 20 percent biodiesel and 80 percent diesel, for $2.69 per gallon, the same as regular petroleum diesel, Chelsea Jenkins with Hampton Roads Clean Cities Coalition told WVEC.com.

      Biodiesel, a cleaner burning fuel, can be made from domestic renewable resources such as vegetable oil, animal fats, or recycled cooking oils or greases.

      "Any diesel vehicle can use biodiesel with little or no modifications. Older vehicles may need to replace rubber parts in the fueling system since biodiesel is a great solvent. However, many vehicles don't require any changes. As long as the user starts at a lower blend, and steps up to 100% biodiesel if desired, there shouldn't be any problem," Jenkins added.

      The fuel can be burned in its pure form (B100) or blended with petroleum diesel at any level.

      To coincide with the opening, the company announced that a third of Va. Beach’s 600 school buses will now run on biodiesel.


      Also Online

      About biodiesel
      It joins six public school systems in the state already using biodiesel, including divisions in Gloucester County, Williamsburg-James City County and the City of Portsmouth.

      According to officials, biodiesel significantly reduces emissions such as carbon monoxide, unburned hydrocarbons and particulate matter. It is nontoxic, biodegradable and essentially free of sulfur and aromatics.



      Modified by G60ING at 10:10 PM 9-19-2006


    31. 09-24-2006 12:38 PM #66
      B20 available on Hwy. 75 in Anna, TX at the Love's truck stop. $2.49 last I checked.


      Modified by sbwharton at 11:48 PM 9-24-2006

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      10-26-2006 12:39 AM #67
      Shell station in Taylorsville, MD (about 40 mins. from both Baltimore and Wash. DC)
      $3.40/gal as of last week. They carried 100% bio all summer, but don't know if it's blended yet or not.
      -r-

    33. 12-10-2006 05:08 PM #68
      http://seattletimes.nwsource.c....html

      for local Wa state folks..


    34. 12-19-2006 02:56 PM #69
      I bought 25 gallons bulk of 99 to mix from Taylor Oil. It's expensive but it's dank stuff. High percentage bio makes your engine uberquiet. Better fuel/compression ratio. No mo knockin' from unda da hood.

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      02-15-2007 11:54 PM #70
      im looking for biodiesel in NY... looks bleak. im halfway between NYC and albany.

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