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Waste Grease Conversion to Biofuel Project 2016

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BioFUELent is a proprietary process that converst trap grease, yellow and brown grease, and waste cooking oil into biodiesel fuel. Dr. Lu, Professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati is evaluating the market for this process under an iCorps program from the National Science Foundation.

We would like to talk to biofuel producers, meat processors, rendering companies, and wastewater treatment companies about their needs.
Complete our survey at: https://form.jotform.com/b2bplanner/greasetobiofuelsurvey
For Information contact us at:
hollidnl@mail.uc.edu or call Nathan at 513-858-2365

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Waste Grease Conversion to Biofuel Project 2016

  1. 1. A market evaluation for the BioFuelent process We hope that you will support this effort by providing input on the biodiesel from animal waste market. Purpose: BioFUELent is a project to characterize the 2016 marketplace for biodiesel fuel derived from animal fats, oils, and greases (FOG). Markets of interest are waste water treatment plants, meat processors, fat renderers, waste grease transporters, and waste disposers. The work is being done under a grant from the National Science Foundation to Dr. M. Lu, professor of Environmental Engineering at the University of Cincinnati. The project team includes Art Helmstetter, Business Mentor, Mr. J Zhang a graduate student in professor Lu’s department, and Mr. N Holliday a PhD candidate in the Materials Science Department. VIDEO Click Here Producing Biodiesel Fuel From Waste Grease WWTP Meat Processing Waste Services Biodiesel Producers Renderers & Food Preparation Target Markets: The commercial markets for this process include a number of participants in the food processing And waste services industries. The primary problem solved is the plugging of pipes at wastewater treatment plants by waste grease. This trap grease is currently disposed In landfills. The BioFUELent process extracts the useful oil from the trap grease and is combined with yellow grease and waste cooking oil to create a high grade feedstock for biodiesel fuel producers. Solvent Free Process to Convert Waste Cooking Oil To Biodiesel Fuel Today 4 billion pounds of trap grease and 2.7 billion pounds of used cooking oil are produced each year which can yield nearly 500 million gallons of biodiesel fuel. This is a significant percentage of the total current biodiesel production of 1,500 million gallons per year. This process converts waste cooking oil and greases into biofuel using 36% less energy and with 54% lower greenhouse emissions than existing processes used to convert cooking oils and fats to fuel. Project Team: Dr. M. Lu – Principal Investigator, Professor of Environmental Engineering University of Cincinnati Arthur Helmstetter PE – Business Mentor, Owner Ecosil Technologies LLC Nathan Holliday – Co-Entrepreneurial Lead, PhD candidate, Material Science Engineering, University of Cincinnati JungSong Zhang – Co-Entrepreneurial Lead, MS candidate, Environmental Engineering, University of Cincinnati The BioFUELent Process: • Solvent Free • No moisture removal • Reduced landfill waste • Reliable fuel feedstock © University of Cincinnati 2106 513-858-2365 We would like to talk to biofuel producers, meat processors, rendering companies, and wastewater treatment companies about their needs. Complete our survey at: https://form.jotform.com/b2bplanner/greasetobiofuelsurvey Video at: https://youtu.be/yv75-uPKQTo For Information contact us at: hollidnl@mail.uc.edu or call Nathan at 513-858-2365 Project Video Click Here

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