Welcome to the website of the Baltimore Biodiesel Co-op.
We are a non-profit organization based in Baltimore, Maryland, dedicated to the promotion and sale of environmentally sustainable biodiesel fuel.
We currently operate the only biodiesel fueling station (or bio-station) in the city of Baltimore. Our first bio-station is located on the property of the Mill Valley General Store. Our second bio-station, which is the world's first solar-powered automated biodiesel station, was officially launched October 16th, 2010 at Merriweather Post Pavilion. All of our bio-stations provide on-site service for diesel cars, trucks, boats, and tour buses. Please note that we do not deliver biodiesel.
Our kiosks do not support retail sales because they do not use NTEP-approved devices. Instead, we allow fuel sales to our members only, and we dispense our fuel in "b-gals".
Do you want to start your own biodiesel coop? Have a coop but want members to pump their own fuel and pay with their own credit cards? The technology we developed to let our own coop members do this is a Free, Open Hardware/Open Source project now hosted at GitHub. Together with other coops, we are developing this into a turn-key solution. More information on this system is available on our BBD9000 site.
We are a membership organization and a community of biodiesel consumers. We encourage anyone interested in biodiesel, regardless experience or expertise, to join us as a member. You can buy a full membership or register as a trial member right at our bio-stations.
We manage a YAHOO GROUP and database for anyone interested in using biodiesel. These services are open to anyone, even if they are not a member of the organization.
tons of CO2 displaced by our members since 2008-05-28
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ASTM 6751 Certified B50.
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*** Please Note: "trial" members pay $0.75 additional per b-gal
We have monthly Question and Answer Sessions on the first Sunday of every month. Please see the calendar for further information on times.
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