Biodiesel, Renewable Diesel and Sustainable Aviation Fuel Production
While vegetable oils, especially soybean oil, are the primary feedstocks for U.S. biodiesel and other biofuel production, the rapidly-growing demand for transportation biofuels worldwide is pushing up the cost for these feedstocks. Since feedstocks can represent up to 80 percent of operational expenses for biofuel production, the use of waste fats, oils and grease (FOG) offers another option.
Previously untapped, Brown Grease Advanced Biofuel (ABF) is rapidly moving from an underutilized feedstock to an important and valuable biofuel resource. Greasezilla℠ adds additional profitability to production facilities by producing a low Carbon Intensity (CI) and lower cost quality feedstock from waste materials. In June 2022, the EPA included a pathway for Brown Grease ABF which extends RINs and low-carbon credits to Greasezilla’s℠ ABF feedstock for the creation of biodiesel, renewable diesel, sustainable aviation fuel and heating oi.
Expanded to a hub-and-spoke operation, with multiple systems placed strategically across a region, Greasezilla℠ can maximize the recovery of renewable energy resources for biodiesel production and other sustainable fuels.