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GeoGreen Biofuels
Technology

GeoGreen's technology strategy is to operate its existing automated transesterification process as efficiently as possible and maximize plant utilization while continually evaluating new biofuels production technologies for potential implementation.

Several competing technologies used in the biofuels industry to produce alternative diesel and aviation fuels include biomass-to-liquid, gas-to-liquid, hydrotreating and enzyme processes. Some of these technologies are viable for producing various biofuels and even drop-in replacements to petroleum diesel. Disadvantages of several these other technologies are that they are capital intensive and in many cases not as well developed relative to the traditional transesterification process. Biodiesel is not generally considered to be a complete drop-in replacement to petroleum diesel because it is typically blended with petroleum diesel for on-road use, however biodiesel produced efficiently and that meets the ASTM-D6751 specification remains one of the best alternative fuels to petroleum diesel.

GeoGreen maintains a high level of quality control to consistently produce biodiesel that meets or exceeds the current ASTM-D6751 specification.