Entrepreneurs Cook Up Biodiesel Formula for a Greener Windsor
by Phoebe Ho (MetroNews) With barely any background in chemistry, a University of Windsor nursing grad and her business partner spent the last two months experimenting with animal fat and vegetable oil in hopes of creating a greener city.
Lois Li, a Windsorite in her second year of law school at Windsor and Detroit Mercy universities has been collaborating with her partner Joshua Rammage, a business graduate from Wayne state who is in the banking sector in Michigan, are preparing to launch a new company called Domestic Diesel Ltd – a company that supplies biodiesel fuel.
…The pair received a summer program grant from the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation’s Small Business Centre, and also received assistance from the Centre for Enterprise and Law at the University of Windsor and the WEtech Alliance.
Now that they’re making headway, the pair is on the hunt for a permanent facility in Windsor and hopes to go into full-scale production by next year. READ MORE