Noroxel Energy

What is Biodiesel ?

Use biodiesel:

          in your car!

          in your trucks!

          in your farm equipment!

          in your furnace!

Do I need to make

modifications to my diesel

engine to use biodiesel?

NO,  if your vehicle was made after 1993. Vehicles made prior to 1993 have rubber fuel lines that will probably have to be replaced.  A major advantage of using biodiesel is the fact that it can be used in existing diesel engines. Biodiesel has a solvent effect that may release deposits accumulated on tanks walls from previous diesel fuel storage.  The release of deposits may initially clog fuel filters.

Noroxel Energy is a privately owned company, established in 2008 to capitalize on the increasing demand for clean, environmentally friendly and renewable energies.

We are a biodiesel producer committed to providing customers with a quality product while putting an emphasis on environmental and operational benefits of biodiesel over petroleum diesel.

Our plant in Springfield, Ontario operates at a 5 million litre per annum capacity, providing biodiesel to local and North American customers.

Why should I use biodiesel ?

Biodiesel is better for the environment because it is made from renewable resources and has lower emissions compared to petroleum diesel. It is less toxic then table salt and biodegrades as fast as sugar! - National Biodiesel Board 


Biodiesel does not perform

as well as diesel.


Biodiesel can be used in existing diesel engines and fuel injection equipment in blends up to 20% with little or no impact on operating performance.  Biodiesel has higher cetane than most diesel fuel.  B20 (20% biodiesel with 80% petroleum diesel) provides similar fuel economy, horsepower, torque and haulage rates as diesel fuel.  Biodiesel has superior lubricity, with as little as 1% biodiesel having a dramatic impact. - National Biodiesel Board

Biodiesel is a clean burning, non-toxic, biodegradable, renewable fuel. Biodiesel contains no petroleum, but can be blended at any level with petroleum diesel. In a 20% blend, no changes are needed to existing fuel distribution systems or to existing diesel engines. We produce our biodiesel from used 

cooking oil and soy bean oil.