At Green Biofuels Ireland we are committed to ensuring that our waste-based biofuel is the best it can possibly be – for our planet, for your vehicle and for our economy.
We source our waste-based biofuel ingredients from Irish suppliers, as much as is possible. This cuts down on carbon in transporting the ingredients to our plant in New Ross, Co. Wexford, as well as supporting the Irish businesses who supply us.
We commission the measurement of our Green House Gas Savings by the Dutch European auditors. We have achieved a score of 92% GHG Savings versus fossil fuel.
We are certified under ISCC – International Sustainability and Carbon Certification – by ASG Cert GmbH. This means that we comply with the Renewable Energy Directive (EU RED II) and the Fuel Quality Directive (FQD) of the European Commission.
Our plant is approved by the Department of Agriculture.
At Green Biofuels Ireland, our processes adhere to ISO 45001:2018 – the international standards developed by national and international standards committees independent of government.
Our waste-based biofuel is regularly tested for quality and performance.
Green Biofuels Ireland’s biofuel is certified by RINA as sustainable, in line with the National Certification System Of Biofuel and Bioliquid Sustainability
The category one tallow and the used cooking oil from which we produce our waste-based biofuel is sourced in Ireland, from Irish suppliers, as a matter of course. Occasionally, when supplies are not available we need to look further afield for our feedstock of used cooking oil or tallow. We never use virgin feedstock, such as rapeseed.
Our biofuel is only supplied to licenced fuel blenders, in accordance with government legislation. We do not sell to unlicenced operators or to the general public.