Mean Green BioFuels Exceeds ASTM Specs

GreenShift’s Mean Green BioFuels has certified its biodiesel product to exceed all ASTM-6751-03 standard specification limits.

Biodiesel is a legally registered fuel and fuel additive with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“USEPA”). The USEPA registration includes all biodiesel meeting the ASTM International biodiesel specification, ASTM D 6751-03, which outlines specifications for B100 biodiesel for use as a blend component or substitute for standard diesel fuel. Mean Green’s B100 biodiesel exceeds the ASTM specifications – reflecting the quality of biodiesel produced from Mean Green’s patented corn oil extraction technology. “Not only are we able to procure high volumes of low cost oil out of what was previously a waste stream for ethanol producers with our technology, but we are able to refine biodiesel fuel at a quality exceeding the ASTM specifications for standard use,” said David Cantrell, Mean Green BioFuels CEO. “This result is very important for us because it allows us to certify the quality of our product to our customers – as well as prospective investors for Mean Green’s intended new biodiesel production facility.” Mean Green BioFuels intends to finance, build and operate a 30 million gallon biodiesel fuel production facility on the eastern seaboard of the United States.
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