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Alternative Biofuels Produced for Boiler Operations and Diesel Engine Use
Rome, GA— Peach State Labs, a closely-held specialty polymer chemical company, declared its plans to produce biodiesel, made from soybean oils and other renewable plant oils, for use in manufacturing plant energy and for use in diesel truck fleets. The company is currently on track to produce 60,000 gallons of SOYMET™ renewable source biofuels per month (starting this August), and plans to produce 3 million gallons per month by late 2005.
“Peach State Labs has decided to produce biofuels in response to rising fuel prices, compliance and regulatory issues, customer demand and a desire to produce environmentally-friendly products,” says Rick Sargent, president and CEO of Peach State Labs. “Our biofuel products will help companies comply with government standards for sulphur emissions, while helping to reduce pollution.”
Biodiesel fuel, like PSL’s SOYMET™, will help reduce U.S. reliance on foreign fuel sources and will help to reduce pollution.
Quick facts about PSL’s SOYMET products:
Peach State Labs has strong interest from Georgia-based
companies and plans to announce new SOYMET customers over the course of
the few months.