Mafuta Sasa-2

Mafuta Sasa's WVO to bio-diesel refinery, established in 2008, was the first of its kind in East Africa. Their goal is to supply a cheaper, cleaner, and sustainable alternative to petroleum diesel to Tanzania. Bio-diesel burns 75% cleaner, and costs on average 350 Tanzanian Shillings cheaper than petroleum diesel. Photo by Jonathan Kalan

Mafuta Sasa’s WVO to bio-diesel refinery, established in 2008, was the first of its kind in East Africa. Their goal is to supply a cheaper, cleaner, and sustainable alternative to petroleum diesel to Tanzania. Bio-diesel burns 75% cleaner, and costs on average 350 Tanzanian Shillings cheaper than petroleum diesel. Photo by Jonathan Kalan

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