Alternative Fuels

Vegetable Oil, Corn, Salt Water, and More!

Vegetable Oil

The millions of gallons of Vegetable Oil thrown away by restaurants could be used as fuel. From cars to the generators that power the restaurant it can be used as a recycled fuel. Yet it would still have the smell of deep fried goods.

Corn

Corn fuel, also known as E3, is already in use today in engines and is probably being sold right now in a gas stations near your home. This is also an abundant resource to farms.

Salt Water Fuel

Salt water fuel is just a mention because it would be a very abbundant resource for fuel and is already in the process of being made.

Sources: engadget.com/2007/09/11/can-saltwater-be-burned-as-fuel/ ~ http://www.ecofriend.com/biotechnology-to-be-used-to-boost-renewable-fuel-producing-crops-energy-output.html ~ http://www.grit.com/daily-commute/Turn-Spent-Coffee-Grounds-into-Biodiesel.aspx