The limitation of oil resources, but above all the need to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to protect the earth’s atmosphere, means that the search for alternative energy sources will have to be further intensified in the future. Biodiesel produced by the SARIA Group contributes to conservation in two ways.
First, no natural energy resources are used in the production of our biofuel components, and second, the resulting biofuels reduce greenhouse gas emissions, such as carbon dioxide and methane, during the operation of vehicle engines. The amount of biocomponents we produce from organic raw materials allows us to contribute to reducing carbon dioxide emissions from the combustion of fossil fuels every year. As an example, let’s take the fact that fuel produced from after-frying oils (that is, oil used during frying in catering) is enough to drive more than 1,000 kilometers in an average-sized car.