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4741 Baum Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA  15213
412-682-1866
-79.95 40.45

Route 66 North, Export, PA  15632
724-468-4185
-79.58 40.45

2719 Walton St., Philipsburg, PA  16866
814-342-3620
-78.25 40.88

709 E. Walnut St., Lewistown, PA  17044
717-248-2665
-77.56 40.61

230 S. Carlisle St., New Bloomfield, PA  17068
717-582-2949
-77.19 40.42

205 E. Main St., New Bloomfield, PA  17068
717-582-2949
-77.18 40.42

7297 Spring Rd., Shermans Dale, PA  17090
717-582-2028
-77.15 40.38

2259 Oxford Road, New Oxford, PA  17350
717-624-4149
-77.10 39.91

230 Lincoln Highway East, New Oxford, PA  17350
717-624-4311
-77.05 39.87

4195 Old Gettsyburg Road, Camp Hill, PA  17011
717-737-6520
-76.95 40.22

419 S. State St., Marysville, PA  17053
717-957-2121
-76.93 40.34

419 S. State Rd, Marysville, PA  17053
717-957-2121
-76.93 40.34

533 N. State St., Millville, PA  17846
570-458-5822
-76.53 41.13

85 White Oak Rd., Manheim, PA  17545
717-665-6891
-76.39 40.17

902 Strasburg Pike, Strasburg, PA  17579
757-545-5100
-76.17 36.52

168 Toddy Drive, East Earl, PA  17519
610-562-2236
-75.98 40.54

16527 Pottsville Pike, Hamburg, PA  19555
800-638-7802
-75.79 38.72

3435 Schuykill Rd., Spring City, PA  19475
302-698-0300
-75.56 39.07

1203 S. Township Line Rd., Royersford, PA  19460
610-948-3666
-75.48 40.20

804 Main St., Trappe, PA  19426
908-884-3813
-75.34 39.86

1400 Second St., Eddystone, PA  19022
302-934-7501
-75.30 38.59

1135-45 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA  19107
302-227-3071
-75.07 38.62



Find Biodiesel in PA the easy way

Biodiesel in PA 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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