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“Make Your Own Fuel! Alcohol Fuel Basics What if there were a fuel that was affordable, renewable, and produced right in your own community? If you’d lived 100 years ago, you would have known all about such a fuel. It was called alcohol, and it was a clean-burning fluid generally sold as lamp fuel. Only recently have we taken a renewed look at alcohol fuel — now more commonly known as ethanol — and its potential as a domestically sourced fuel for transportation.
I’m not here to tell you about the agri-industrial agenda to produce ethanol on a massive scale. What I am going to tell you is how to make your own fuel to use in your vehicle or in other gas engines, such as a motorcycle, tiller, or lawn tractor. You can modify these gas engines to run on straight alcohol. If it’s produced on a small-scale, ethanol can be made from grain you grow yourself — or from a wide range of other local and sustainable feedstocks including food waste and crop culls. Read More HERE!
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Tonight, Mike Caprio of Lawn Doctor will discuss some of the following:
What are the most common-and most preventable causes of equipment downtime?
An example of a good preventative maintenance program. What we should be doing monthly, annually, etc.
Who is responsible for what in a preventative maintenance program and how do they log changes.
Tracking equipment usage
In house mechanic versus outsourcing
Winter storage/spring startup
What’s the big “ethanol controversy”? Isn’t all gasoline safe to use?
Why does your elected official vote a certain way? Why is ethanol even around? Why is solar technology given away? We have the answers!
Changing minds every day of the week!
David Blume and Tony cover the basics on fuel alcohol distillation including how it both legal and easy to distill ethanol for fuel alcohol. They cover the declining gas supply, the EPA e30 ruling and how fuel alcohol distillation is cheap, easy and safer than commercial extraction and production of fossil fuel oil and gas. They discuss how big oil and the automotive manufacturers are fighting the implementation of ethanol blends, inaccurately labeling them as too expensive and damaging to vehi
David Blume and Tony continue their discussion about how it both legal and easy to distill ethanol for fuel alcohol. David discusses how he is launching a ready to use fuel alcohol distillation factory in a container and the fuel production is in the hundreds of thousands of gallons of ethanol per year. David also discusses his alcohol fuel demonstration campus he is spearheading to accommodate visitors and show them alcohol fuel distillation in person by trained educators. Please
NMMA's John McKnight joined us to answer your questions about ethanol. Here's some background:
Today’s boats and marine engines are designed to operate on E-10.
The EPA has received a waiver from Growth Energy to increase the ethanol content in gasoline to 15%.
The EPA has until December to decide whether or not to allow 15% ethanol in the US gasoline supply.
Engine manufacturers will be working with the Department of Energy this summer to begin testing E-15 on select engines.
The move towards increasing the ethanol content in gasoline is being driven by the mandate that requires 36 billion gallons of bio fuel in the US fuel supply by 2022.
For more information, go to http://capwiz.com/nmma/home/
Mad Mariner's MadCast covers all aspects of boats and boating. In this segment, we examine the controversy over the proposal before the U.S. EOPA to allow 15 percent ethanol in blended gasoline, a move that the marine industry opposes. We talk with Chris Thorne, of Growth Energy, a group that supports the initiative.
The town of Selma, NC is debating allowing an ethanol plant to be built in its jurisdiction. This has generated a lot of controversy right at the outset. I am on the town planning board and knew of the project, even voting to send the project to the town council for a vote. Tuesday night, Jan 8, 2008 there was a public hearing on the rezoning request. I was there and got the audio. The Selma mayor also made a comment about lynching a citizen. The comment made it on most of the major news outlet
Mad Mariner's MadCast covers all aspects of boats and boating. As the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency considers whether to raise the level of ethanol in blended gasoline from 10 percent to 15 percent, much of the marine industry is opposed. In this segment, we chat with Margaret Podlich, vice president for government affairs at BoatUS, about the industry's objections.
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