[Vwdiesel] lowering gasoline prices
jhsg at sk.sympatico.ca
Fri Apr 19 11:34:34 EDT 2002
On Friday, April 19, 2002 9:09 AM, Robert L. Coyle, Jr. [SMTP:wn5p at yahoo.com]
> Or used fryer oil, which is discarded anyway.
> "All our fuel needs can easily be met by McDonalds,
> Jack in the Box, Burger King, Karl's Jr., etc...and
> without chemicals."
Any figures on how much oil is actually available- that is, what isn't used for
dust control and that kind of thing?
I know it's a lot, but would there really be enough to produce a nation's worth
> I've often thought about going into partners with
> Hayden and doing this on a large scale. This is going
> to be big, REALLY big.
Yes, I agree. However the days of having to pay to get it hauled away will
soon stop. I used to have to pay handsomely to have waste oil disposed of
"properly". I quit that when I found out they were just dropping it off at the
local landfill (I guess they dug a "proper" hole first). Now, my waste oil is
worth 7 cents a litre to me, and they will come to my yard and pick it up.
There is a used oil refinery set up at Humbolt Sask driving this market.
Demand creates value, now my used oil has value, as will used fryer oil when
it has a use beyond the hobby level. Gotta get into this early if you want to
get good return on investment, before the government sets up a plant (well, at
least around here they would, some dirty rotten free enterprising businessman
might make money at it, can't have that).
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