In general, the standard storage and handling procedures used for petroleum diesel can be used for biodiesel.
The fuel should be stored in a clean, dry, dark environment. Acceptable storage tank materials include aluminum, steel, fluorinated polyethylene, fluorinated polypropylene and teflon.
Copper, brass, lead, tin, and zinc should be avoided as biofuel has solvent properties.
The BioCube Consultancy can provide assistance in sourcing suitable storage tanks to accompany the BioCube, if required.