National Biodiesel Day for the year 2023 is celebrated/observed on Saturday, March 18th. There are until the next observance.
This March 18th, celebrate National Biodiesel Day with your friends, family, and coworkers to seem clever, eco-friendly, and resourceful. They’ll likely be amazed by your insane gas expertise (and, just to be clear, we’re talking about the gas that will help you attract friends, not frighten them away). So, let’s go biodiesel style!
📆 When is National Biodiesel Day?
This year, National Biodiesel Day is on March 18th. It is the 3rd Saturday in March; in 2024, it is on Monday.
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📜 History of National Biodiesel Day
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✨ Things to do on National Biodiesel Day
⚡ Watch Josh Tickell’s movie “FUEL”
In this documentary, Josh Tickell, an environmental activist and filmmaker, investigates alternate energy sources, particularly biofuels, as a means for America to break free from its reliance on foreign oil. If you’re more interested in films featuring “stars,” Larry Hagman, Richard Branson, Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow, and Woody Harrelson all make appearances!
⚡ Watch the film, Diesel
You’ve used his gasoline; now see this 1942 German biographical film’s dramatic depiction of Rudolf Diesel’s life. Turn on the subtitles if you don’t speak German.
⚡ Eat some French Fries
It is feasible to recycle leftover vegetable oil, which is used to produce French fries and other delectable fried dishes, into ecologically beneficial biodiesel. While you shouldn’t do this at home, having some fries to honor the fuel that powers the globe is a tasty choice.
📅 National Biodiesel Day Observances
Learn all March holidays, including Cause and other Environment holidays.
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