Tips To Prepare Biodiesel Tanks For Potential Blizzard

The likelihood of snow and colder temperatures later this week has the potential to impact your fuel supplies, but if your tank contains a biodiesel blend, preparing it for winter shouldn’t be much different than unblended diesel.  Matt Amick, director of market development with Missouri Soybeans, says it’s key to keep the tank full to prevent water from contaminating the product.

Amick adds that it might be necessary to top off blended diesel with an anti-gelling treatment or an unblended winter grade.

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