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New Pilot Plant Converts Used Cooking Oil into Biodiesel

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(CPI)  CPI, the UK’s technology innovation provider for process manufacturing, today announced that its partnership with Green Lizard Technologies (GLT), and their licensed company Oleocycle Ltd, will be providing a second-use to waste cooking oils via a novel one-step pilot plant that converts oils into low sulfur biodiesel feedstocks, and a range of other useful chemicals. Using CPI facilities and expertise in process engineering, CPI and GLT scaled-up the technology to ton scale in less than four months, reaching a major milestone on time and under cost. This scale of operation was an important pre-commercial step to Oleocycle’s 10,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) plant, expected for sanction later in the year.  READ MORE

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