Crimson Renewable Energy

  • Develops process converting waste fat, oil, and grease (FOG – used corn oil, yellow grease, and animal fat) into biodiesel and crude glycerin with claimed yield of 98% on a mass basis; transesterification process with novel front-end pretreatment, and downstream washing that features filtration, ...

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