awesome, diesel prices are going down a few cents in some areas here.
wonder how long this trend will continue?
There is a pump in Atlanta operated by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (www.cleanenergy.org)
They are B100!!
Come visit the only biodiesel pump in Atlanta!
24/7 Retail Biodiesel Kiosk #01
250 Arizona Street
Atlanta, GA 30307
Current hours of operation:
24 Hours a day / 7 days a week - Self-Service
Fuel type: B100 - ASTM spec.
Methods of payment accepted:
VISA, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover Card
The unit will run debit cards that bear a VISA or Mastercard logo as credit.
We are working on getting one in Central florida next...
Anyone operate or manage a restaurant and want grease collection?
Quote, originally posted by resinguy » B20 retail pump in Cleveland, OH:
Rapid Stop Fuel Station and Convenience Mart at the
Corner of E. 55th St. and Payne Ave
This location is convenient to I-90 if you are passing through town.
I was there yesterday (October 8, 2008) and while they sell diesel, they don't carry BioDiesel. It's also in a really sketchy area.
I'm visiting Columbus, OH now; where can I get B20 here?
Quote, originally posted by VW Fox » I'm visiting Columbus, OH now; where can I get B20 here?
Found an automated station north of Columbus, OH that sells Diesel and B20 BioDiesel. I was told by a bus driver filling up that pump #10 is the one with B20 and my receipt confirmed it. There was also a pump for 100-something octane gasoline, but I didn't investigate or commit the octane rating to memory.
The Fuel Depot
2 McWherter Drive
Delaware, OH 43015
Saw a Bio-D pump at the Exxon across the street from the Flying J in Virginia at Exit 104 on 95. (Btwn Fredreicksburg and Richmond)
Quote, originally posted by B3VW Hasan » Where is the Toronto Truck Terminals in Milton, Ontario. I went up and down on James snow parkway but didn't see it. do I go East or West off the 401 on James snow parkway and how far.
Truck Town Terminals or enter "Truck Town Terminals" into Google Maps. It's very close to the 401's James Snow Parkway exit. Go north from the 401, James Snow Parkway will end at a T-intersection with Steeles, make a right, the right lane will end, turn into the first driveway on the right. Drive straight along the building then left, B20 is in the leftmost pump. Call from the phone on the island or walk inside and ask for the pump to be turned on. It's discounted if you pay cash vs. credit card.
Hi, I own two stations in chicago area 3738 S. Cicero (US Rt 50), Stickney, Il and 4300 S. Union Ave, Chicago. They each have winterized Bio-Diesel B-11 which is 11% Bio. It should be noted that almost all truck stops and gas stations in Illinois have only B-11. This is due to a sales tax break which is generally passed on to consumers. Diesel users in the Northern climates or drivers passing through areas with temperatures reaching + 10 degrees F. or less should ensure that the fuel has additives to take the CFPP (Cold Filter Plug Point for a 10 Micron filter) to -15 degree F or more. Most big operators like truck stops will purchase their fuel with additives in the delivery but also sell several over the counter products. It is also wise to occasionally use additives which absorb water (condensation forms in diesel on-board tanks mush quicker that gasoline due to the presence of gas vapors). Gas stations which do not sell much diesel may not have these products. I have a question is what problems will be faced from using B-11 as opposed to the B-5 recommended in the manual????? Thanks, Bob
Just FYI, i was at Milton Truck Town Terminals Jan 15th, and apparently they are not selling BD anymore. Pump 1 (the BD pump) is turned off, with a $0.00 price on the pump, and there's a sign on the cashier door (which annoyed me - why not put it on the pump so i don't have to act like an idiot waving at you from the pump?) that basically says:
"as of Jan 1st, 2009, TTT will no longer be selling BioDiesel due to cost and lack of availability"
YES finally i don't have togo way the hell out of my way to get bio. and its B20 which is the stuff i have been wanting to use i would like a bigger bio percentage like b50 but this is cool beans for me and the car loves it>
Josh aka the TDI guy!
Memphis, BP on Riverside Drive and Georgia. Says up to B20. Does not have BQ9000 certification or the ULSD sticker yet.
"Say "What" again!
B99 Manning Fuel in Sun Valley just north of the Burbank Airport right off the 5 Fwy. Pump 17 right by the door. Open an account if you want to fill up after 5pm. Bio & reg diesel pumps are side by side if you want to make your own blend.
Just filled my first tank with B99. 2.98/gal compared to 2.48 for regular Number 2 Diesel (their price)
Not giving my money to some sheikhdom in the middle east = Priceless!
my friends just got the final go ahead by the county to put in their pump and start it going. rogue bio fuels. made from recycled local restaurant grease, and pumped back into the area. these kids have been making bio for years now, and are finally at the point where they wanted to be. fuel has been certified by the state. local to the max.. [IMG]http://**********************/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]
exit 19 off I-5
take a right off of the exit, go to the light. take a left at the light. about a quarter way up the big hill going into town, look to the right. It's at paradise supply; where you can get stuff to grow giant.......tomatoes.
What is an app card lock pump?
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Giant Tomatoes? You have to specify what you are saying this being a TDi Forum and not a Tomato one
I dont think ANYONE has post this yet but BioDiesel in Canada. . . .
is kinda I <3 NY shirts in T.O. (Toronto) or Poutine(L) in Texas. . .
Therefore vary rare! Someone help me out here is there any in Ontario? or am i gonna have to Make it/ go to WVO?
So Sundie, they are stopping the sale of Bio in T.o. cause of a lack of need or consumers? I think somethings fishy. . . We have lots of TDi's, a large percentage of TDi owner's are probably Environmental ppl and you cant sell it in Toronto like the only place to find it in pretty much all Canada???
I could be wrong but "somethings gone rotten in the country O' Canada"
Ha i make myselfs laugh sometimes. . .