Piedmont Biofuels

Welcome to Piedmont Biofuels. We are a renewable energy company that produces biodiesel in Central North Carolina. Our mission is to lead the sustainability effort in North Carolina and beyond through the development and production of clean, renewable fuels. We collect used cooking oil from food service establishments throughout the region bring it to our plant in central North Carolina and turn it into a clean burning fuel. We also buy waste fats oils and greases and turn them into biodiesel. This b100 is distributed to our 7 locations in the Triangle area and Wilmington. We are proud to produce a clean, war-free, and truly local fuel.

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