Biodiesel & Beyond


Biodiesel is an eco-friendly alternative to conventional diesel fuel that is produced from renewable biological sources such as vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled greases. This clean-burning fuel comprises long-chain fatty acid esters, which are derived from fats and oils through a process called transesterification. In essence, biodiesel is a sustainable solution that helps reduce our dependence on fossil fuels while minimizing the negative impact on the environment.


High-Quality Glycerol is a clear, odorless liquid that is primarily made from vegetable oils such as soy, palm, and coconut oils. It has a sweet taste and is used as a food additive (E 422). The chemical formula of glycerol is C3H8O3. Refined glycerol is obtained after undergoing purification processes, including distillation

Diversified Biodiesel Solutions

MT Biofuels is committed to providing customized biodiesel solutions to meet the specific requirements of different industries. 

We engage with clients during the initial consultation to understand their challenges, goals, and requirements. Conduct a comprehensive analysis of their existing infrastructure, fuel usage patterns, and environmental objectives.

Our team’s technical knowledge develops biodiesel blends tailored to the unique operating conditions of different industries. We design blends that maximize fuel efficiency and engine performance while reducing emissions for specific applications.

We ensure full compliance with environmental and safety standards while providing guidance and assistance to clients navigating complex regulatory frameworks for biodiesel usage.

Glycerol is used in various industries such as pharmaceuticals, toothpaste, and cosmetics, which accounts for approximately 28% of the market. Tobacco industry accounts for 15%, followed by foodstuffs at 13%, and the manufacture of urethanes at 11%. The remaining amount is utilized in the production of lacquers, varnishes, inks, adhesives, synthetic plastics, regenerated cellulose, explosives, and other miscellaneous industrial uses. Moreover, glycerol is increasingly being used as a substitute for propylene glycol.

Gycerol Versatility Solution

The versatility of glycerol is truly remarkable. It dissolves fully in water and alcohol, and even in some common solvents. Its unique properties make it a valuable chemical that has endless potential.

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