Yes, pork fat can be used to make bio-diesel fuel. In fact, the oil company Conoco-Phillips has announced that by the end of 2010, pork fat will account for about 175 million gallons of the diesel fuel it produces each year, which is 3 percent of its total diesel fuel output. The fuel has a much lower carbon dioxide level than regular diesel, and absolutely no sulfur, making it a much cleaner alternative to the traditional diesel petroleum.
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