From Fry to Fuel Fund

Driving a greener tomorrow with biofuels


Georgia State is collaborating with Clean Energy Biofuels to create biodiesel fuel from recycled cooking oil used in campus dining halls! As soon as funding becomes available, Georgia State plans to install a large biofuel tank to supply clean fuel to all university shuttles and diesel fleet vehicles utilizing a B20 mixture.

What is biodiesel?

  • A renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that can be used in existing diesel engines without modification
  • It is biodegradable, non-toxic and domestically-sourced
  • Clean Energy Biofuels’ fuel meets American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) specifications
  • Produced from waste cooking oil using a 115KW solar array electricity to power fuel production

What are the emissions benefits of B20 (20% Biodiesel)

Why should I donate to fund biodiesel on campus?

  • Creates more energy independence
  • Decreases harmful vehicle pollutants which intensify climate change and have negative impacts on human health
  • Biofuels are made from many different sources such as manure, waste from crops and plants grown specifically for the fuel which means they’re easy to source

How can I donate?

If you’d like to donate, please click here.