[Novalug] OT: Used Veg Oil
edjames at greenbelt.com
Mon Mar 8 10:45:10 EST 2010
Ayup. Ironically, if I can't get myself back into the IT field, I've
been considering entering the Biochemistry arena, since one of my
degrees is in Biochemistry (never used it, though). The process is
pretty simple, which is (IMHO) the reason lawyers will feel the need
to get involved. :P
Quoting "Dan Arico" <dan_arico at aricosystems.com>:
> On Monday 08 March 2010 6:49:02 am Ed James wrote:
>> FYI, veg oil is NOT biodiesel. Veg oil needs to be chemically altered to
>> become biodiesel. Otherwise, it's known as SVO (straight vegetable oil),
>> which, under proper conditions and mixing, can be used in diesel engines.
>> On a small scale, it's not worth the effort. Sometimes one will see WVO
>> (waste vegetable oil) or UCO (used cooking oil).
> If anyone is interested in the chemistry, contact me off-list. It's a fairly
> simple process and doesn't require any great skill.
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