Our goal is to be a role model for Florida’s green energy industry


BDLA is actively pursuing its certification as a BQ 9000 facility with a production capacity of 7.5 million gallons per year.


BDLA embraces diversity and promotes opportunities for individual employees to learn new professional, technical, and leadership skills


What is biodiesel? How is biodiesel made? What is the difference between biodiesel and renewable diesel? Learn all that and more.

About Us

Welcome To BDLA

Be a role model for Florida’s green industry. The optimization of our biodiesel manufacturing and commercialization processes, as well as the effort of innovation of our highly qualified and motivated staff, will lead us to be a reliable company, generating constant benefits to clients, distributors, suppliers, employees, the community, shareholders, and the environment.

Integrity, Safety, Honesty, Respect, Teamwork.

To successfully introduce into the South Florida market a green energy product that would contribute to diversifying its energy matrix, protect its environment, and secure sustainable economic operations. By these means to establish itself as the secure and respected energy provider that adds value to economic activities while building wellbeing. We are committed to generating benefits to clients, distributors, suppliers, employees, the community, shareholders, and the environment.
BDLA Biodiesel Green energy

Eco Services

Promote Your Environment


Biodiesel is a renewable substitute for petroleum diesel made from an increasingly diverse mix of resources such as recycled cooking oil, among others. Therefore, the more biodiesel is used, the less fossil energy is consumed!

Eco System

Biodiesel combustion produces fewer air pollutants such as particulates, carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrocarbons, and air toxics facilitating greenhouse gas emission reduction and ensuring a significant reduction of tailpipe emissions.


Human Health

Biodiesel is a breath of fresh air - Biodiesel contains virtually no sulfur or aromatic compounds that are unsafe to breathe. Emissions from biodiesel are non-toxic and impose little or no health risks to humans.


Biodiesel is non-toxic; therefore, in case it is occasionally spilled it does not cause as much damage as conventional petroleum diesel does. Biodiesel helps with water conservation, since Biodiesel itself is non-toxic and biodegradable, it poses no risk to our nation’s water supply.

Our Work

What We Are Doing

Recycling Used Cooking Oil

Complying with local, state, and federal regulations

Recycling every single process component: no waste

Maximum safety

Our Work

Enviromental Contributions


BDLA is keenly aware of the ongoing depletion of natural resources and the imminent threat that climate change currently poses to our society and our planet. As a producer of renewable and biodegradable fuels, BDLA is an environmentally friendly and sustainable alternative for energy consumers in general. BDLA’s focus areas are: • Overall factors contributing to climate change • Efficient energy consumption • Minimize and responsibly dispose of hazardous waste • Resource sustainability • Use of organic recyclable raw materials (BDLA utilizes UCO – used cooking oil) • Impact of BDLA’s activities on climate change carbon emissions.

The environmental contributions of BDLA’s upcoming 7.5 million gallons per year production capacity could be illustrated with the following equivalents1:

Savings of 141 million pounds of CO2

148,089 barrels of oil consumed

161 million miles driven by an average passenger vehicle

1.1 million tree seedlings grown for 10 years

78,367 acres of U.S forest per year

1 These estimates illustrate biodiesel’s substitution effect by reducing hydrocarbon consumption. For instance, with each gallon of biodiesel substituted for petroleum diesel, carbon dioxide emissions are reduced by around 76.4 %. Such reductions in carbon emissions have a direct impact on forests and the environment.