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I am located in Southern Maryland and we currently do not have a reliable source for any blend of biodiesel. I am interested in getting interested parties together to brainstorm about creating a biodiesel coop in Southern Maryland. Lets say south of DC and possibly across the lower Potomac River Bridge into the Northern Neck of VA. PM me your contact details and I will contact you about meeting. I don't want to post contact info in the thread due to an influx of spammers.
want to open a small biodiesel manufacturing facility. Any owners feel free to contact.
This is still something that I would like to make happen. Please contact me if you are interested.
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I recently sent you an e-mail incase you are still interested in looking. Please let me know! Best wishes to you! - Rose
I have a 275-gallon tank in my garage in Manassas, VA that I keep biodiesel in to fill my jetta. A couple other people also come by from time to time to fill-up. I currently get my biodiesel delivered from Holtzman Oil Corp. They do both virgin soybean oil and recycled vegetable oil, but both are around $4/gallon. The up-side is they are a reputable business with certified fuel that I can trust.
If I could find another source that was cheaper, could deliver to my tank, and was ASTM-certified biodiesel, I'd be interested.
If you are interested in purchasing cheap ASTM-certified biodiesel, please contact me. I work for a company that collects WVO in the DC metro/ Richmond VA region. We have a biodiesel plant on the Eastern Shore from which we sell our bio local retail. I am pursuing interests on this side of the bay to see if we can begin to distribute our oil locally in the metro area. Currently, we are offering our bio for 10 to 15 cents per gallon cheaper than the local Princess Anne, MD diesel price at the pump. Thanks, Tyson