Agricultural Fuels Corp. – Call 407-234-1788


We are now providing Disaster Recovery Cleanup and Staging services in the the Central Florida areas affected by Hurricane Irma.

Two 50,000 lb excavators with thumb, a skid steer wheel loader, and a commercial flat bed truck, as well as skilled equipment operators are available for clean up. We also have 30+ acres of agricultural property owned and leased in East Orange County, FL, available for staging and processing vegetative storm debris.

Call 407-234-1788

5361 Young Pine Road, Orlando, Florida, 32829

Agricultural Fuels Corp in Orlando, Florida is a producer of agricultural fuel wood products and soil amendments. These products include firewood, hog fuel feedstock (for renewable green energy power generation) and various soil products and amendments.  These agricultural products are primarily derived from urban wood residuals that have been diverted from the waste stream. These products are made from sustainable and renewable wood and biomass sources. Agricultural Fuels Corp. is also home to a registered apiary, and its products and accoutrements.
Agricultural Fuels Corp supplies these agricultural products :

tree65 Firewood

tree65 Woody Biomass Feedstock

tree65 Raw Local Honey

This facility will be a demonstration site for renewable energy technologies, including using the facility’s own feedstock for power generation. Our plans include agritourism and an educational program promoting agricultural energy and fuels.

Agricultural Fuels Corp.’s vision is to create a chain of sustainable agricultural fuel suppliers, that will help move our state and country toward energy independence. This agriculture-based renewable and sustainable energy model will provide new jobs and a sustainable source of renewable energy. We intend to showcase this vision to the public through agritourism.

Agricultural Fuels Corp. has formed strategic alliances with agricultural and power producing entities to build infrastructure, purchase power-generating and fuel processing equipment, and to broker and sell agricultural fuels and commodities.  The passage of the Florida Farm to Fuel Act in 2006 has opened the door to new opportunities for small agricultural energy businesses. Florida statutes promoting and protecting agritourism and agriculture in general have further strengthened this business model.