We have demonstrated countless times that a dedicated focus on reducing carbon leads to operating cost reductions and improvements in the efficiency of asset utilization. These benefits can have a significant positive effect on bottom line profit, proving that it is entirely possible to be both environmentally and commercially viable.
Biodiesel is not subject to the volatility of world oil prices, offering clients the significant economic advantage of stable competitive predictable pricing for fuel related transportation costs.
The greatest risk to any biodiesel business is obtaining a consistent supply of feedstock. What’s more, feedstock can account for up to 95% of biodiesel production costs. Used cooking oil, ordinarily a waste product, substantially reduces this cost and improves the financial viability of biodiesel production. Securing a predicable volume and quality of used cooking oil gives us a level of consistency that allows us to build an appropriately sized biorefinery to optimize profitability for all parties and stabilize pricing.