Bali Biofuel Plant Will Save Lives
(This Is Gloucestershire) Green Fuels of Stonehouse has installed the first ever biodiesel plant on Bali. The move is helping the Indonesian island to avert a growing environmental and health crisis.
The FuelMatic GSX 3 plant can convert up to 3,000 litres of used cooking oil a day into biofuel. In the past it was dumped in rivers or cleaned up with chemicals and resold for cooking, which can cause cancer and other serious diseases.
Green Fuels has recently installed biodiesel processors for clients in Melbourne and Pretoria. READ MORE