Alfa Laval and Bisviridi partner on organic waste biofuel manufacturing

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United Kingdom – In a strategic collaboration poised to redefine the landscape of organic and food waste recycling, Alfa Laval joins forces with Bisviridi, a part of the BioteCH4 group.

This partnership aims to unlock the full sustainability potential of waste by integrating Alfa Laval’s Prodec Oil Plus decanter with AD to convert oil and fats waste into a revolutionary biofuel known as Bio Crude.

The Prodec Oil Plus decanter, a cutting-edge component in this innovative process, plays a pivotal role in the efficient separation of oil, fats, and grease content from organic waste before the methanogenesis stage. This strategic extraction not only ensures minimal impact on biogas production but also paves the way for the creation of Bio Crude with an impressive purity level of up to 99.5%. This environmentally friendly alternative to oil-based fuels is a significant leap towards sustainability, aligning perfectly with global efforts to reduce carbon footprints.

Bio Crude versatility

The notable aspect of this collaboration lies in the versatility of Bio Crude, which can be refined into sustainable aviation fuel (SAF). In a world where the aviation industry is actively pursuing decarbonization goals, this marks a crucial step towards greener skies. The emergence of Bio Crude as a potential feedstock for refineries catering to the SAF market positions Alfa Laval and Bisviridi at the forefront of environmentally conscious fuel production.

The Bio Crude breakthrough not only addresses environmental concerns but also offers a commercially viable solution, reinforcing the idea that sustainability and economic prosperity can go hand in hand.

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