Bio Solutions Manufacturing: Collaboration With Wake Forest University
Bio Solutions Manufacturing, Inc. together with Hammerhead Engineering LLC, has been working jointly with Wake Forest University, (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) one of the nation's leading research institutions, in validation of a Wake Forest technology to viably pre-treat liquid brown grease into a reduced FFA (Free Fatty Acid) feedstock. This feedstock is the raw material that will be used for further conversion into B100 bio diesel, by the Bio Diesel Fuel Production Facility which Bio Solutions Manufacturing plans to build and operate in the near future. Historically, FFA conversion has been the stumbling block in being able to viably produce biodiesel from liquid brown trap grease.
Hammerhead Engineering LLC is on schedule to deliver a completed pre treatment process and engineering design for a production facility capable of producing 6,000 gallons a day of B100, a bio diesel fuel, which meets ASTM standards. This process will offer the municipal waste water treatment market a viable solution to dispose of both brown and black grease by converting this organic waste into B100.
Conversion of this waste grease in this manner will eliminate the need for incineration or land disposal methods, provide a more environmentally friendly solution, deliver a renewable energy source and reduce fuel costs to municipal agencies in mutually beneficial partnering arrangements.
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