Last update: 09.07.2011
Neste Oil to increase its use of waste in renewable diesel production
Source : greencarcongress.com
Neste Oil will increase its use of waste as a raw material for producing NExBTL renewable diesel in 2011. Palm oil will continue to be the single largest raw material input, and is expected to account for just under half of the total raw material used in renewable diesel production in 2011. The use of sidestreams generated during palm oil production, such as palm fatty acid distillate, and waste such as animal fat, will increase. Stearin, a by-product of the palm oil production process, is expected to account for more than 20% of Neste Oil's renewable input in 2011, and palm fatty acid distillate for 5-10%. Waste animal fat is expected to account for just under 20% of renewable input. Other inputs, such as rapeseed oil, will account for the remainder.
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4 March 2011 |
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