Ultra-Low Carbon Biodiesel
Crimson is California’s largest producer of ultra-low carbon biodiesel. Our BQ-9000 Accredited plant produces fuel that exceeds ASTM D6751 specifications, and meets individual end-user and terminal specifications year-round. Crimson’s biodiesel is a cleaner-burning fuel that significantly reduces carbon emissions while helping boost the longevity and performance of diesel engines.
What is ultra-low carbon biodiesel?
Biodiesel is a “drop in” diesel fuel that can be used in any diesel engine, typically in blends with petroleum-based diesel fuel.
Ultra-low carbon biodiesel is an advanced biofuel that achieves less than 20g CO2e/MJ via California’s Low Carbon Fuel Standard. Crimson’s biodiesel releases 80% less carbon than petroleum diesel.
Reduces Harmful Pollutants
Increases Energy Independence
Learn how Crimson can help expand your renewable energy future with
ultra-low carbon biodiesel.
reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from using biodiesel
reduction in hydrocarbon emissions from biodiesel use
reduction in hazardous waste from biodiesel production vs petroleum diesel refining
amount of waste material Crimson uses to produce ultra-low carbon biodiesel
How to Work with Us
Crimson is the premier California supplier of ultra-low carbon biodiesel. We provide a variety of timing, logistics, and pricing structures to best suit client needs. Equally important, we offer our supply chain partners the highest degree of flexibility, consistency, and financial stability.
23ABC was invited to see how the Crimson Renewable lab takes waste materials, such as cooking oil from thousands of restaurants, and turns it into ultra-low carbon fuel — while adding jobs to the local economy.
A Wall Street Journal article reports that CARB data indicates that biodiesel provided over 41% of California’s total reduction of 47.1 million metric tons in climate-changing gases from fuel use, more than any other fuel.
Bio-based Diesel Fuels Deliver the Biggest Reductions in Transportation-Related Greenhouse Gas Emissions in California – Ever
New Data from California’s Air Resources Board Confirms Key Role of Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Fuels in CO2 Reductions.