One of the biggest hassles restaurant owners and other businesses face is the disposal of used cooking oil. Failure to do so properly can have serious consequences for the environment and your bottom line. Fortunately, SeQuential can help by offering the opportunity to recycle used cooking oil. We transform those leftover oils into our signature low-carbon biodiesel, a nontoxic and eco-friendly form of fuel. Check out four reasons why you should recycle your used cooking oil, and contact us today for collection information. READ MORE
Whenever cooking oil is used, ensuring proper disposal is a significant concern. The failure to do so carries hefty consequences, such as fines for noncompliance, safety concerns and environmental damage. Managing the collection and recycling of used cooking oil can be time-consuming, especially if you’re not sure what needs to be done. SeQuential can help. We’ll explain why our fee-free oil collection service is the right choice for your business. READ MORE
SeQuential has spent years creating low carbon biodiesel that’s used in diesel vehicles all across the Pacific Northwest. But while using biodiesel in vehicles is a great start, there are many other applications where this environmentally conscious diesel alternative can have a big impact. Here, we’ll explore a few of the most common.
Choosing to use biodiesel is an excellent start down the path to a more environmentally conscious lifestyle. SeQuential biodiesel has already displaced more than 470 million pounds of CO2 thanks to a carbon footprint that’s up to 85% smaller than that of standard petroleum diesel. Think biodiesel is the right fit for your vehicle and lifestyle? It’s important to consider which blends of biodiesel will work for you. Explore a few of the most common.
Because alternative fuels haven’t quite achieved the universal, everyday popularity of petroleum fuels, there tends to be a lot of talk about the drawbacks of alternative fuel sources, including biodiesel. Much of this talk is simply myth. At SeQuential, we want to demystify a few of the most common misperceptions , so you can see just how great biodiesel really is.
The rise of biofuels as a viable alternative to petroleum-based gas has led to the creation of an entire industry. While this industry has now been prominent for many years, it continues to evolve as biofuel research progresses and new sources of energy are sought. Discover a few of the most notable trends that have already or will soon gain traction in the world of biofuels, and reach out to SeQuential today to learn more about our biofuels.
Thanks to years of research and innovation, biodiesel is now produced from a variety of sources, or feedstocks. t Of these many sources, used cooking oil – the feedstock used by SeQuential – is perhaps the most sustainable. It’s created from materials that have already served their primary purpose, which helps reduce the need to grow crops specifically for fuel production, and dramatically lowers the carbon footprint of the resulting biodiesel.
Strict regulations in many cities mean that restaurant operators must pay close attention to how they use and dispose of cooking oil. Fortunately, working with a vendor like SeQuential makes it easy to get rid of your used cooking oil. At SeQuential, we collect cooking oil and refine it into clean-burning biodiesel through a low-waste process. All you have to do is fill the provided container with your oil.
Since the turn of the century, biodiesel consumption in the United States has grown from virtually nothing to more than 2 billion gallons per year. In fact, between 2010 and 2016 alone, yearly consumption numbers grew by more than 600 million – a sure sign that the desire for alternative energy sources is alive and well. Seeking to join in on the industry’s rapid growth? Adding biodiesel to your gas station might be the perfect move. Here, SeQuential has compiled a checklist to help you make the change seamlessly. READ MORE
If you’re in the fuel business, then you’re probably well aware of the trending increase in biodiesel use across the country. The U.S. alone now accounts for more than 2 billion gallons of biodiesel consumption in a given year. This brings up an important point – is it time for your fuel station to join the biodiesel revolution?