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619 Sater St., Greenville, OH  45331
937 548-1122
-84.63 40.09

02042 Co Road 15, Bryan, OH  43506
419-636-0523
-84.54 41.44

675 Cleveland Ave., Defiance, OH  43512
419-782-2990
-84.35 41.27

6391 Reading Road, Mason, OH  45040
513-770-0384
-84.35 39.33

1111 William C. Good Blvd., Franklin, OH  45005
937-704-0963
-84.29 39.54

845 N Main St, Miamisburg, OH  45342
937-847-8050
-84.28 39.65

1144 State Route 131, Milford, OH  45150
513-831-4145
-84.24 39.18

518 W Plane Street, Bethel, OH  45106
513-734-2266
-84.08 38.96

12818 East Gypsy Lane, Bowling Green, OH  43402
419-352-5231
-83.64 41.36

1129 Route 22 West, Washington C. H., OH  43160
740-335-7777
-83.61 39.61

14856 St. Rt. 12 E., Findlay, OH  45840
877-244-3835
-83.60 41.07

3940 Fremont Pike, Lemoyne, OH  43441
419-837-5759
-83.48 41.50

635 Dayton Avenue, Washington C. H., OH  43160
740-335-7777
-83.45 39.54

331 Harris Street, Elmore, OH  43416
419-862-3211
-83.30 41.48

154 Dewey Street, Lindsey, OH  43443
419-665-2322
-83.22 41.42

640 North Locust Street, Oak Harbor, OH  43449
419-898-4441
-83.15 41.52

2 Mcwherter Dr., Delaware, OH  43015
740-363-1516
-83.09 40.28

211 Cleveland Road, Norwalk, OH  44857
419-668-3955
-82.59 41.25

1000 Keller Dr, Heath, OH  43056
888-785-8373
-82.47 40.03

2732 East High St., Newark, OH  43055
740-763-2573
-82.26 40.08

141 South Main St, Oberlin, OH  44074
440-574-5436
-82.22 41.29

70 North Plains Rd., The Plains, OH  45680
740-797-2833
-82.13 39.37

2990 Old Airport Rd., Wooster, OH  44691
800-686-4589
-81.91 40.83

5391 State Rd, Parma, OH  44134
216-661-3090
-81.71 41.41

611 Erie Street, Massillon, OH  44646
330-833-8555
-81.52 40.79

14961 South State Avenue, Middlefield, OH  44062
800-362-9598
-81.07 41.46

445 Prospect Street, Salem, OH  44460
800-337-3561
-80.86 40.90



Find Biodiesel in OH the easy way

Biodiesel in OH provides vegetable oil or animal fat oriented diesel fuel which emits low carbon emissions and is technically known by the National Bio diesel Board as mono-alkyl ester. There are 4 types of Biodiesel mix which are rated by the amount of petrodiesel combination starting at 100% called B100, 20% called B20, 5% called B5 and 2% called B2.

Biodiesel originated in 1853 by Patrick Duffy who invented it numerous years before the diesel engine emerged. In 1893, Rudolf Diesel created a diesel engine which ran on just peanut oil. One benefit is that it has higher lubrication properties than today’s petrodiesel and also reduces overall wear on the fuel system as well as provides a higher combustion rate.

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