We believe that the only way to make net zero biofuel is to make it from waste. Using anything else that comes from a farmer’s field is almost certainly depriving someone of food or growing potential. And that just ain’t right. So we make our net zero biofuel exclusively from waste oils; always have, always will. Using independent 3rd-party lab tests in the United Kingdom, our blends are high-quality and extend engine life due to their superior lubricity.

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Together, we can save the planet

Our net zero biofuel is net zero. For every drop of fuel we produce, we plant the precise number of trees needed to fully offset the impact of our operations. Our net zero biofuel takes your fuel carbon footprint to zero, and reduces local smog, soot and other tailpipe emissions by up to 50%. One net zero drop at a time.

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B5 Net Zero Biofuel

Our B5 blend is our entry level net zero biofuel. It’s mostly used by construction companies and vehicle fleets with a minimum requirement to meet their Corporate Social Responsibility goals. It’s a great fuel and extends the life of the engine, and it makes a small difference towards saving the planet. Most of our customers using this fuel take the view that “every little helps”.

B20 Net Zero Biofuel

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Our most popular blend is called B20, and is a blend of 20% net zero biofuel with regular ultra low sulphur diesel. It satisfies many companies’ CSR targets and is suitable for fleet managers and energy system brokers.

B100 Pure Net Zero Biofuel

Our top of the range net zero biofuel is called B100. It’s 100% goodness, and is the best of all worlds – maximum carbon savings, maximum engine life benefits, and maximum net zero. It’s so good you can even drink it, but our lawyers insist we tell you not to do it! There is even a YouTube video of our founder drinking B100 biofuel live, and he’s still alive! This goes to show how pure and good-for-the-planet our net zero biofuel is. Imagine how well it runs in our customers’ engines.

Pure net zero biofuel has the greatest environmental impact and is best used in a closed-loop systems, such as restaurants, food chains, concerts and conference centres.