[permaculture] BIOGAS

keller ak.and.ak at on-line.de
Tue Mar 5 14:58:42 EST 2002


In Germany Biodiesel is produced on large scale from rapeseed oil. I have
just seen a big tanker truck with the stuff. I think there are some gas
stations where you can buy it. I heard it is cheaper than the stuff made
from petroil.

Andreas
----- Original Message -----
From: bob jacobs <soilfirst at tao.ca>
To: <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 7:52 PM
Subject: [permaculture] BIOGAS


>
> FYI --Biodiesel is different from Biogas-- Biodiesil is making gas for
> diesil cars from used french fry oils.   It's cool stuff, and Dancing
rabit
> is going good with it.
>
> My workplace, the Ecology Center www.ecologycenter.org  is making it too,
> and we run all 12 of our recyclign trucks on it.
>
> Tim Krupnik
>
>
> >-----Original Message-----
> >From: Robert Waldrop [mailto:rmwj at soonernet.com]
> >
> >A ten person operation might be an interesting project for a
> >neighborhood, or a permaculture/cohousing project.
>
> I believe that the Dancing Rabbit ecovillage in Missouri is working on a
> project along these lines, although if I recall correctly they refer to it
> as 'biodiesel.'  Is this a different technology?  Anyone interested in
> checking that out, I think their website is something like
> www.dancing-rabbit.org.
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