The company has now clocked up a further milestone: The BDI research team has also been able to convince the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) that the RepCAT process is suitable for the recycling of high risk fat materials. This means the process can now be used for safe manufacture of biodiesel from heavily polluted animal fats, which are otherwise hazardous to the environment. The positive approval assessment was based on tests conducted jointly with the renowned University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf.
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“This success reflects our constant endeavour, not just to offer our customers a technical solution that is the best, but to also positively influence the general trade and industrial conditions for biodiesel production, thus enabling our customers to generate a market advantage over the competition,” explains BDI CEO Markus Dielacher.