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Do-It-Yourself Biodiesel Machine
Gasoline and diesel fuel now sell for about $5.50 per gallon in England, mostly due to high taxes. That prompted Kent farmer Allan Hebb to start making his own fuel using waste cooking oil that he collects for free from restaurants, schools, and other institutions.
  His home-brewed biodiesel worked so well he started marketing his processing equipment. Users still have to pay a $1.50/gal. "user fee" on the biodiesel they use. He and his partner provide engine conversion kits and processors for the cooking oil.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Kent Bio-Fuels, The Barn, Drylands Farm, Malash, Canterbury, Kent Ct4 8HP England (ph 011 44 7802 816121).

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2003 - Volume #27, Issue #1