Currently few places, but with Kyoto Accord, we are supposed to have at least 500 million litres available yearly by 2010 (we'll see I guess). Myself, i have to go to Seattle to get it, but rumours are it will be publically available in Southern Ontario soon...
Yeah...rumours, rumours. I have been waiting patiently since March. I get in touch with the guys who should be opening up a station from time to time, but haven't heard too much on the positive end. I am sure they will get one going, but seems that they didn't realize what is involved or soemthing like that. They seem to have their act together, but just have problems getting the station going.
Also supposed to get a huge production plant up an running just outside Toronto later this year. 60 million liters per year if I remember correctly. Hopefully that will bring more interest for the Bio-D around here. As far as I know, the only places to get bio-d around the toronto area are from your own backyard (make it) or from a co-op. Haven't really searched one out, though, if they even exist.
Myself, i have to go to Seattle to get it, but rumours are it will be publically available in Southern Ontario soon...
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Not sure if you're aware but there is a place in Acme (east of Bellingham on Mt. Baker Highway) selling B10. I read that McEvoy Oil Co. in Bellingham is their supplier. I don't know if McEvoy will sell directly to the public but it might be worth a try.
Just to update my previous post, they are selling B20 not B10 and the station is in Deming not Acme. Below is the press release from Puget Sound Clean Cities Coalition. It still isn't clear whether or not McEvoy will sell B100 to the general public. It would save you Vancouver guys quite a bit of driving if they did.
Biodiesel Public Access Fuel Station Opens in Deming, WA The Deming Quick Stop now features biodiesel (B20) right along side its gasoline and diesel fuels. The biodiesel is being provided to the fuel station by McEvoy Oil Company in Bellingham. The station is located in Deming, approximately 14 miles east of Bellingham at 4985 Mount Baker Highway and is open 6:30am to 10pm. All the usual forms of payment are accepted. The Deming Quick Stop can be contacted at (360) 592-5633. McEvoy Oil Company can be reached at (360) 734-5650.