Why Bio-Diesel?

Bio-Diesel is the only alternative fuel to successfully complete the EPA’s rigorous emissions and health effects study under the Clean Air Act. Biodiesel provides significantly reduced emissions of carbon monoxide particulate matter, unburned hydrocarbons and sulphates compared to petroleum diesel fuel.

Additionally, biodiesel reduces emissions of carcinogenic compounds by as much as 85% compared with petro-diesel.

The reduced particulate & unburned hydrocarbon
emissions that result when using biodiesel are a welcome relief in environments where workers and pedestrians are in close proximity to diesel engines, including public transport, mining and construction.

Biodiesel reduce Co2 Emission

When oil is extracted from underground,
it has to be refined to run diesel engines. You can’t use it straight away in the crude form. When it is refined, it releases many chemical compounds, including benzene and butadiene, in the environment which are harmful to animals, plants and human life.

Biodiesel clean and green fuel

Biofuels are produced locally, and thousands of people are employed in the biofuel production plant. Since biodiesel is produced from crops, an increase in demand for biodiesel leads to a corresponding increase in demand for suitable biofuel crops. Moreover, it creates less emission by reducing the amount of suspended particles in the air. This reduces the cost of healthcare products.

When in its pure form, biodiesel is much safer than petroleum or even other fossil fuel alternatives. When biodiesel in its pure form is spilled somehow by accident, it causes much lesser damage than when a similar accident spills petroleum.

Besides lowering emissions at the point of use, biodiesel fuel-made from corn, soy, or other plant matter-had a past life absorbing carbon dioxide while it was growing as a crop in the field.

The industrial processes used to produce biodiesel are cleaner than conventional diesel processes, reducing emissions associated with the life cycle of the fuel by more than 80 percent.

With its past carbon dioxide absorptions balancing its later carbon dioxide emissions, biodiesel results in an overall life-cycle lowering of carbon dioxide emissions over both conventional diesel and gasoline.

Bio-Diesel Benefits

biodiesel increase engine power


Better Combustion Ensure More Power.

 biodiesel increase mileage


Higher Cetane Number Delivers More Power.

Biodiesel decreases engine maintenance


Better Lubrication Assures Longer Engine Life.

Biodiesel reduce price


Cheaper Than Any Other Diesel In The Market.

Biodiesel Always On Demand

Available On Demand

Easily Available In Any Where In India.

Biodiesel- A Renewable Energy


Made From Vegetable Oil & Raw Material.

Biodiesel Best In Quality


Higher In Quality.