Biodiesel: A Cleaner, Sustainable Choice for Today and the Future

Biodiesel, a renewable, cleaner-burning diesel replacement, is a true U.S. Soy innovation fueled by rising demand. Over the last decade, biodiesel demand for soybean oil increased by 300 percent [1] with soy oil accounting for about nine billion pounds of biodiesel feedstock annually[2].

The National Biodiesel Board recently updated its longtime sustainability platform into a new, modern Biodiesel Sustainability Now website. Site visitors can learn about emission reductions, biodiesel’s contribution to a healthier environment, the relationship between food and fuel, and other sustainable efforts in the renewable fuel space. The new site houses biodiesel- and renewable diesel-related sustainability posts from subject matter experts, sustainability stories from third party news outlets, and much more.

Visit to find out more about this cleaner, sustainable fuel choice.





National Biodiesel Board

The National Biodiesel Board is an American commercial trade association representing the biodiesel industry as the unifying and coordinating body for research and development in the United States.