Our Biofuels

B100 Biodiesel


NetZero Biofuels produces B100 biodiesel using a state-of-the-art purification process to ensure the highest quality liquid fuel product for our wholesale customers in the New York Tri-State Area.



Our Process


Our state-of-the-art facility can produce up to 10 million gallons of high-quality B100 biodiesel per year, using a unique three-step process. 


Step 1: Feedstock Concentration


Soybean oil feedstock sourced from local farms in Syracuse, New York is pumped into plastic, atmospheric tanks at NetZero Biofuels’ Rock Tavern facility, where it is heated and treated to ensure its initial purity.


Step 2: Ultra-Sonification


The treated feedstock then undergoes an ultra-sonification process by which high-frequency sound energy is applied to break the fluid’s chemical bonds, separating it into biodiesel and glycerin. The glycerin is then removed via pneumatic pump.


Step 3: Filtration


A continuous flow process filters the biodiesel via centrifuge and neutralizes it via an ion exchanger. The finished B100 biodiesel product is then safely stored onsite, where it can be pumped and loaded onto customers’ trucks.



Bioheat® Fuel 

NetZero Biofuels’ B100 biodiesel can also be blended with ultra-low sulfur heating oil to produce Bioheat® fuel (B2-B5), Bioheat Plus (B6-B20) or Bioheat Super Plus (B21-B100). These renewable liquid heating fuels can be splash blended onsite by the customer or trucked to their location for offsite blending.

Heating oil dealers across the U.S. Northeast have committed to achieving a 15 percent emission reduction by 2023, 40 percent reduction by 2030 and net-zero emissions by 2050. The driving force behind this critical transition is biodiesel-blended Bioheat fuel.


As the only biodiesel producer in New York State with a production capacity in excess of 10 Million gallons, and one of few in the U.S. Northeast, NetZero Biofuels is firmly positioned as a key stakeholder in the heating and transportation industries’ transition to a clean-energy future.