8 March 2016 Published by
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BBC news recently reported that the European Biodiesel Board has warned of “signals and suspicious activities” in the European market for biodiesel. The level of biodiesel in diesel may not be as advertised, and additional checks are necessary to confirm the biodiesel content of fuel that has been exported from Eastern Europe. The EBB unlined the need to check the diesel blend in order to comply with EU regulations, “This could be based either on fraud or on a loophole of the Polish legislation, which may not be accurate to verify that the actual physical blending of the fuels has happened,” the Secretary General of the EBB, Raffaello Garofalo told BBC News. Salunda’s DieselProve™ is a robust, hand-held unit that checks the biodiesel content in minutes. It is available immediate dispatch via our website.