‘Sustainable fuel’ is the collective term used for all types of sustainable fuel and there are three main categories.
01 – BIOFUELS
02 – SYNTHETIC FUELS
03 – RECYCLED CARBON FUELS
The SUSTAIN Classic fuel range are second-generation biofuels. This means they are made by fermentation of plant-based material, hydrotreatment or esterification of plant-based oils. Using waste that is not suitable for human consumption as the source of biomass.
But whats the difference between regular forecourt petrol and SUSTAIN classic?
As demonstrated by the diagram below forecourt petrol extract the fossil deposits and introduce new carbon when burned into the atmosphere. Whereas with SUSTAIN classic fuel the sustainable content absorbs and extracts the CO2 from the atmosphere. This means that when this is processed into biofuel and burned from the exhaust into the atmosphere, that same carbon is being released, and the cycle repeats.