You may not be too concerned about global warming – okay, you might be good at recycling and turning off everything before you go to bed at the end of the day – but you almost certainly will be concerned about the cost of fuel and how it’s affecting your monthly budget. Did you see that documentary on the television recently, talking about oil and how we are gradually running out of it? All kinds of mayhem and civil war will erupt when that happens, so they say and we really need to look for alternative sources, right now. You may well have heard about biodiesel, but not a great deal. What you should know is that it is a viable and economical alternative source of fuel and it’s something that you can manufacture yourself, at home.
Biodiesel is carbon neutral and as such does not contribute to global warming and pollution of our cities. It’s relatively easy and quite simple to make yourself, it is non-toxic and you can make it from organic vegetable oil or animal fats. You may not be afraid to roll up your sleeves and get involved in a new project, especially if it’s something that’s generally good for our environment and particularly good for your pocketbook too. Maybe it’s time for you to take a biodiesel 101 class?
Enter Mervyn Rees, the author of the revealing Book on Biodiesel, now available for download directly to your Amazon Kindle. Available in Paper Back Versions and a Kindle Version. This book will quench your thirst for information about the extraordinary potential of biodiesel, will tell you why it is such a palatable alternative, how it’s becoming much more popular around the world and how you can get your own slice of the action.
You will learn that it doesn’t take a tremendous amount of skill, nor a very complex technique to manufacture this product right in your own home and you will also find out what equipment you require and the materials necessary to manufacture biodiesel from scratch. You don’t have to be a chemist and merely have to be able to follow instructions, handling the necessary chemicals carefully in order to produce your first batch of this amazing fuel.
There’s a lot of confusing information out there and a number of naysayers, who simply do not have all the information and are not aware of the tremendous potential represented by biodiesel. You owe it to yourself to find out what is true and what is not about the fuel, the availability of ingredients, the costs associated with its production and the many positive environmental effects and financial benefits waiting for you and your family’s finances.
Rees is well known in this field and was one of the first to trumpet the benefits associated with biodiesel. He has produced a very readable, informative and exciting book which is sure to stoke your interest. For once, take control of an important element of your life by finding out whether you, too, can become a new world biodieseler.