Website Revamp Provides Biodiesel Information at Your Fingertips

Sep 3, 2019, 1:22 PM
The best websites for all things biodiesel, Bioheat® fuel, and NBB have a fresh new look


 Contact: Cody Graham

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Biodiesel content is more accessible than ever thanks to the National Biodiesel Board's new website renovations. The three websites,,, and, offer abundant information in a clean, modern style. They have also been enhanced with mobile optimization, allowing quick and easy website access from phones or tablets while on the go.

“We are excited to launch our new-look websites after more than a year of work streamlining, customizing, and simplifying our digital presence,” said NBB Communications Director Kaleb Little. “NBB’s websites are often the introduction to biodiesel for fleet managers, government officials, reporters, key influencers, the general public, and so many others. Keeping this platform clean, up-to date, and user friendly is critical to NBB’s mission of continuously moving the industry forward.”

NBB's family of websites continues to be the premier destination for finding biodiesel material on the internet. While the flagship websites, and, generate over 1.2 million page views annually, NBB manages an additional dozen websites that form the NBB Family of Websites. NBB is dedicated to ensuring content and delivery mechanisms are top of the line in order to continue delivering helpful information to millions more in the future.

Each of the sites is designed around their specific topic, with links available to all of the NBB family sites.

  • is the go-to source for all content concerning America's Advanced Biofuel. Biodiesel 101, frequently asked questions, finding biodiesel, policy priorities, sustainability, success stories, and so much more – this site is a one stop shop for all things biodiesel.
  • is designed for those interested in the trade association - the National Biodiesel Board. The organization’s history, governing board and staff information, membership applications and recruitment material, member facilities maps, policy priorities, and other association business are all housed here.
  • is the centerpiece of the heating oil industry's transition to renewable liquid heating fuels. The site makes the case for Bioheat® fuel as a safer, cleaner, more affordable residential heat source as well as mapping the industry's road to B50 Bioheat® fuel by 2030.

" is filled with information, resources, and facts that heating oil dealers can share with their customers to stay a step ahead," said Paul Nazzaro, President of Nazzaro Group, LLC. "Having a consumer-focused website solely focused on the benefits of biodiesel in home heating applications allows us to share the latest updates about the operability and performance of biodiesel blends in heating equipment and other issues specific to the consumer audience."

The trio of redesigned websites offer a fresh new face to deliver the same great biodiesel content NBB has maintained for years. Get online and check them out today.

Made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources such as recycled cooking oil, soybean oil and animal fats, biodiesel is a renewable, clean-burning diesel replacement that can be used in existing diesel engines without modification. It is the nation's first domestically produced, commercially available advanced biofuel. NBB is the U.S. trade association representing the entire biodiesel value chain, including producers, feedstock suppliers, and fuel distributors, as well as the U.S. renewable diesel industry.


For more about biodiesel, visit

For more about Bioheat® fuel, visit

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