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Animal fats originating from beef, pork, poultry or mix

Animal fat is a by-product of the meat industry, which means it can be collected from slaughterhouses and processing plants. Animal fat can also be produced from other animal fats such as poultry fat and fish oil. The fats are processed into tallow through a process called rendering, where the fats are heated at high temperatures to separate out water content from solids (meat) or liquids (fish oil). Animal fat offers many benefits for biodiesel production: it's free of contaminants like pesticides or heavy metals; it has high caloric value compared to other types of oils; and its cost is low compared to petroleum-based diesel fuels or corn-based ethanol blends.

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