Targray biodiesel supplier location in South gate

Titan Terminal & Transport

4570 Ardine Street, South Gate, CA, 90280

Targray’s South Gate, Los Angeles Biodiesel tank supplies B99 fuel to retailers and fleets in LA and surrounding areas. Located between downtown Los Angeles and Orange County, the Titan transloading terminal is ideally positioned to meet the biofuel needs of our customers in the southern California market. For more information about this location, please contact us.

Tel: +1(514) 695-8095  Fax: (514) 695-0593

Targray biodiesel supplier location in Vernon (Los Angeles)

D/K Environmental Facility

3650 E 26th Street, Vernon, CA, 90280

Located 3 miles south of downtown at the D/K Environmental facility, our Vernon, Los Angeles Biodiesel tank supplies B99 fuel from a 24/7 truck rack. Surrounded by the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad yard on the north and west sides, the facility conducts loading and unloading from rail cars and tank trucks. For more information, please contact us.

Tel: +1(514) 695-8095   Fax: (514) 695-0593

Working closely with biofuel producers and organizations including NACS and SIGMA, Targray is committed to delivering turnkey biodiesel solutions to enable fuel retailers, truck stops, c-stores, diesel distributors and fleet operators to enhance their profitability and growth while helping create a more sustainable economy for future generations. The Biofuels Division is a registered member of the EPA, CARB, ISCC & NBB, and a certified BQ-9000 Biodiesel Marketer.

Regional Partner Associations

California Fuels & Convenience Alliance (CFCA)

Founded in 1952, the California Fuels & Convenience Alliance (CFCA) is the industry’s statewide trade association representing the needs of independent wholesale and retail marketers of gasoline, diesel, lubricating oils and other petroleum products; transporters of those products; and retail convenience store operators.

California Advanced Biofuels Alliance (CABA)

Founded in 2006, the California Advanced Biofuels Alliance (CABA) has worked both in-state and at the national level to address regulatory, policy, and legislative issues to enable a growing market for biofuels in California. Alongside the National Biodiesel Board (NBB), CABA is focused on working with state agencies to achieve results.