About Blue Honey Bio-Fuels:
It all started after a long conversation with a farmer about rising fuel costs. In a world where the average consumer has 15 different kinds
of peanut butter to choose from, how is it that our fuel selection is so limited? That's when we started tossing around the notion of reusing something we already have, and waste vegetable oil made sense.
Blue Honey Bio-Fuels is a privately owned waste vegetable oil refinery that opened its doors in 2007, and now collects and recycles old fryer oil into biofuels from 500+ restaurants.
Our primary goals are to work with local farmers, the food industry, and the fuel industry to supply quality products and support for each. Our mission is three fold:
1. To work with farmers and vegetable oil vendors to produce and supply quality vegetable oils for use
in food production.
2. To collect these vegetable oils from food production facilities and restaurants to prevent them from
going into the waste stream.
To process these oils for use in the production of biodiesel or straight vegetable oil (svo) for fuel.
Our processors, set up in multiple locations throughout Wisconsin, convert waste vegetable oils into useable products. We are happy to
work with and help individuals and companies deal with the production or sourcing of food oils, the reclamation and recycling of waste oils, and the options for use of our processed oils as fuel.
Opening a 24/7 Public Biofuel Pump: In May of 2011, we are opening Wisconsin’s 2nd (yup, there are
only two) 24/7 public B20+ blend biofuel pump in Blair, WI. It will retail mixes of 80% diesel, and 20% biodiesel or higher when the temperature permits. It is also the most convenient biofuel station for I-94 drivers, so if you happen to be Willie Nelson or another biofuel enthusiast make sure to stop on by come