Piedmont Biofuels Co-Op and Energy Blog
Piedmont Biofuels is an active biodiesel cooperative based in North Carolina. They have a frequently updated "energy blog", with lots of first-hand reports about using biodiesel and biofuel events in the Mid-Atlantic area. They also sell fuel and biodiesel reactors, because they say "local, micro-scale biodiesel production and consumption makes sound environmental, economic, and social sense."About their services they say:
Some customers come to our off-grid pump and tank at the refinery, where we sell B100 to the public. Every drop of biodiesel we distribute is fully warranted... Biodiesel is most often used as on-road fuel, off-road fuel, heating oil, and marine boating fuel. Fuel can be purchased "tax-in" for on-road use, or "tax-out" if appropriate. We can dye biodiesel for off-road use.
We deliver biodiesel to our co-op members from our mobile retail pump on the back of a 1,600 gallon tank truck or from a handful of pumps in the triangle area. The mobile retail pump can fill any fuel storage container: vehicle gas tanks, 5 gallon portable carboys, or any type of bulk storage container (like 55 gallon drums, 275 gallon totes, above ground heating oil tanks, or underground tanks).
[by Justin Thomas]