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Who’s making biodiesel?

By johnboy - 28 March 2007 26

The following turned up in the FAQ comments today, I thought it deserved a wider read:


I’m an ABC reporter looking for people in Canberra who make Biodiesel in their backyards. I would to interview them about how they do it.

Someone called “r5e” posted a comment on your website stating they do this. Is their any way you could contact this user on my behalf & ask them to contact me?

Warm regards


Anyone got any experience they want to share? Email it in if you’re unwilling to commit it to a comment and I shall pass it on.

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26 Responses to
Who’s making biodiesel?
bigred 6:49 pm 28 Mar 07

Those modern diesels will have their warranty voided if run on biodiesel. That aside, when your car will do around 1000 kms on 55 litres (around $70) why would you waste your time brewing it. The economics would be different for an old landcruncher of course.

bonfire 2:39 pm 28 Mar 07

nothing wrong with pounding text then editing later.

just try not to hit the send key before doing so.

Kramer 1:35 pm 28 Mar 07

Danman – the other ‘their’

“Is their any way…

Danman 1:35 pm 28 Mar 07

mmmm fish and chips…..

Kramer 1:34 pm 28 Mar 07

Just stand on the side of the road and wait for a hippy to drive past in a kombi with the fish & chips exhaust aroma.

Danman 1:15 pm 28 Mar 07

There is locational – big hint = t(here)
Their is ownership

They made their (ownership) biodiesel over there (locational) in that corner of their (ownership) back yard.

Ralph 12:49 pm 28 Mar 07

I blame the Hawke Government for my use of punctuation.

Thumper 12:40 pm 28 Mar 07

I’ve got grads working for me who make spelling mistakes.

then again, so do I…

Sammy 12:37 pm 28 Mar 07

I suggest no– any reporter should

You seem to be confused about the usage of hyphens and full stops, and the capitalisation of new sentences.

Sammy 12:36 pm 28 Mar 07

I agree with Nik. I’m highly educated, and I still screw-up ‘their’ and ‘there’ in the heat of the moment 🙂

gurunik 12:11 pm 28 Mar 07

the bio-diesel is made in their backyard, and there the bio-diesel is made.

Nik_the_Pig 12:05 pm 28 Mar 07

Not if a product of the current uni system. Anyway, you’re telling me you have never typed the wrong thing when typing fast?

lion 11:59 am 28 Mar 07

I suggest no– any reporter should know when to use ‘their’ or ‘there’.

Nik_the_Pig 11:48 am 28 Mar 07
Nik_the_Pig 11:32 am 28 Mar 07

interested in biodiesel? Have a look at

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