Sprague has championed advancements in transportation and heating fuels to reduce environmental footprints for its customers. As a natural progression, RD emerges as the next step in reducing emissions and embracing renewable energy without the need for costly investments in new infrastructure.                                                                                                                                      Copy-of-Quote-Template-3.png

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Up to 75% Emissions Reduction:
Reductions compared to fossil diesel


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100% Sustainably Sourced:
Materials from sustainable sources


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100% Compatible Drop-In Solution:
Meets ASTM D-975 specifications

Where can I get Renewable Diesel?

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What is Renewable Diesel?

  • Advanced, low carbon, ultra-low sulfur drop-in fuel replacement designed to significantly reduce emissions
  • Produced from renewable feedstocks such as used cooking oil, fats, and soybean oil
  • Can be used at 100% rate, requires no blending
  • High performance with high cetane, colorless, odorless, cleaner burning, and very stable
  • Approved for use by major OEMs

Check out our latest press release about introducing renewable diesel to the NY Metro Area

Press Release

Engine Benefits

  • Aromatic-free is less harmful to employees, handlers & environment
  • High flash point improves safety for fueling operations and maintenance, and meets marine regulations
  • 33% less soot to plug DPF’s and reduce fuel economy
  • Reduced injector deposits
  • Maintenance costs and intervals may be reduced

Operational Continuity

  • Offers similar low risk of water absorption and microbial growth as fossil diesel
  • Good oxidative stability = long shelf life
  • Minimal to zero risk of filter blocking
  • Non-polar, will not clean out debris in older fuel tanks


 

Frequently Asked Questions

Renewable diesel is an advanced, low carbon, ultra-low sulfur drop-in fuel replacement designed to significantly reduce emissions. It can help to decrease your emissions by at least 50%*
 
*Study conducted by Neste, 2022
Biodiesel:
Through the transesterification process, feedstocks are converted into fatty acid methyl esters (FAME)

Renewable Diesel:
Through hydrotreating and isomerization, feedstocks are converted into pure diesel hydrocarbons

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Interested in learning more about Renewable Diesel?

At Sprague, we understand the importance of finding energy strategies and services that fit your needs. Our account managers are experienced and local, offering deep insights and industry knowledge. Contact us today to see how we can make a difference for your business.