Simply Green Biofuels
Simply Green is a trailblazer, bringing transformative and meaningful greener fuel choices to the Seacoast. Launched in a Stratham, New Hampshire farmhouse in 2007, the company has since grown to become one of the Seacoast's most iconic symbols of green progress, offering locally-harnessed, 100% waste vegetable bioheat and biodiesel as an alternative to standard #2 home heating oil and petroleum diesel. Not only do the company's biofuels help you significantly reduce your CO2 emissions and other pollutants; they're also biodegradable and nontoxic. A typical household using Bioheat can reduce their CO2 emissions by close to 15% and particulate pollution by 20% -- emitting 3,200 lbs less CO2 annually. A diesel vehicle using biodiesel emits 2,400 lbs less CO2 annually.
Thanks in large part to their forthcoming Biofuels storage in North Hampton, biodiesel is poised to be readily available to even more Seacoast residents. Emiting a mere 7.6 pounds of C02 per gallon -- a 68 percent reduction in C02 over petrodiesel -- Biodiesel and Bioheat can be run with little to no modifications to diesel vehicles and oil burning furnaces.
By fostering an educational missio, to create awareness on the Seacoast of alternative energies, Simply Green has become a sustainability staple. Named among the Hottest Companies in BioEnergy worldwide, Simply Green -- seven years and millions of gallons after its initial founding -- remains a family-owned and operated business, with deep ties to the community within which they live and work.
What makes us green?
- Bioheat significantly reduces CO2 emissions and other pollutants as compared to fossil fuels, it is free of sulfur and aromatics and is biodegradable and nontoxic
- A typical household using Bioheat will reduce CO2 emissions by 15% and particulate pollution by 20% -- emitting 3,200 lbs less CO2 annually.
- A diesel vehicle using Biodiesel will emit 2,400 lbs less CO2 annually.
- Bioheat and Biodiesel can be run with little to no modifications and costs the same or less than standard home heating oil.
- Biodiesel emits 7.6 pounds of C02 per gallon, for a 68 percent reduction in C02 over petrodiesel.
- SG uses only locally-rendered waste vegetable oil
- American sourcing also cuts down on the transportation of the fuel (with much of petroleum coming from the Middle East)
- Donates time and product to countless environmental and community events.
- Their creative marketing has generated media attention about the many issues surrounding alternative fuel choices, and elevated the fuel efficiency/pollution discussion to an everyday topic.
- SG offsets its petroleum portion of fuel burned in deliveries with carbon credits purchased from CARBONFREEDOM, making all their deliveries carbon neutral
- Use recycled paper in the office and on promotional material and organic cotton for company hats, t-shirts and sweatshirts.
- SG recycles and has switched to corn-based biobags for fuel bills.
In the News
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- Labor Secretary gives praise to Portsmouth green project
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