by Daniel Escurel Occeño
I am trying to encourage Filipino farmers or young Filipino entrepreneurs looking for an investment instead of another hamburger restaurant franchise to consider Indoor Warehouse Farms of soybean and mass produce soy diesel in the same building or complex located in the Philippines.
It would be ideal for barangay locations or even in concrete jungles of metropolises.
“Soy diesel is a biodegradable, nontoxic, and renewable form of diesel. In addition, it drastically reduces air pollution and is capable of being used either by itself, or in combination with petroleum diesel. In addition, the use of soy diesel can substantially reduce a country’s dependence on other countries on fuel. Yet, soy biodiesel has not received the attention, or the legislation, it deserves.”
Since soy diesel is capable of being used by itself, the alternative fuel of soy diesel is a better investment than coco diesel. Coco diesel is only regarded as an additive.
About the Guest Writer: Daniel Escurel Occeño is a writer for children in the Philippines. He is also the author of JOHN PATE – Tears of Sadness and LEE CHON – The Advocate of the Point Guard. You can view the rest of his work at his blog.