With the application of biodiesel in heavy road transport, CO2 emission reductions can be achieved within the set preconditions and cost-effectively.
Making transport more sustainable requires a stable and long-term perspective for the physical use of all types of sustainable biofuels.
Animal fat contributes to a circular economy, in which the raw materials remain in the cycle for as long as possible and the energy transition is feasible and affordable.
By gradually using more fuel from plant material in the coming years, we are working to combat climate change.
Trucks, ships and airplanes require a fuel with a high energy content.
To promote the use of energy from renewable sources, a Dutch law for renewable energy has also been in force since 1 January 2022.
From the answers in response to parliamentary questions from the Dutch ‘Partij voor de dieren’ (Party for the Animals) about the increase in forest loss in the past year, you can conclude that producing biodiesel from European rapeseed oil reduces deforestation elsewhere in the world.
Not only cafeterias and restaurants, but also sports canteens, food trucks, institutional kitchens and snack manufacturers use frying fat.
One of the causes of climate change is the burning of fossil fuels. So to stop global warming, we must choose alternatives. Biodiesel is currently the only fuel that is fossil-free, renewable and sufficiently available.