Biofuel Processor On Way to UNH

Durham, New Hampshire [Portsmouth Herald] A partnership between the University of New Hampshire and a North Conway company could prove to be a major breakthrough in biofuel development and usage. MBP, Bioenergy has been awarded a contract to provide its patent-pending biofuel processor for use at the UNH campus in Durham. … the processor will be used to process and convert waste vegetable oil produced in campus dining facilities into usable biofuels. The finished biofuel product, which is said to be 100 percent biodegradable, will then be used as fuel on campus in several different areas, including to heat Woodman Farm, greenhouses and select buildings, and to power off-road diesel equipment.


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