If you love the smell of French fries, then biodiesel is the fuel for you.

Biodiesel is a liquid, renewable fuel that can be made from a variety of sources, such as vegetable oils, animal fats and even recycled restaurant grease. Chemically-similar to petroleum diesel, biodiesel can be used in nearly any diesel engine and is typically blended with regular diesel fuel. But biodiesel burns much more cleanly, making a direct impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. At least five producers of biodiesel operate in Washington State, including the second-largest plant in the nation, located in Grays Harbor.

Western Washington Clean Cities Member Fleets Using Biodiesel

  • City of Bellevue
  • City of Olympia
  • City of Redmond
  • City of Seattle
  • City of Tacoma
  • Pierce Transit
  • Port of Seattle
  • Puget Sound Energy
  • Recology CleanScapes
  • Saybr Contractors
  • Snohomish County
  • Tacoma Public Utilities
  • Thurston County
  • U.S. EPA Region 10
  • University of Washington
  • Washington State Department of Ecology
  • Washington State Department of Transportation
  • Waste Management

Clean Cities Members That Produce & Distribute Biodiesel

  • REG
  • SeQuential

Other Regional Fleets Using Biodiesel

  • Essential Baking Company
  • Intercity Transit
  • Jefferson Transit
  • Joint Base Lewis-McChord
  • Northwest Trek