New Biodeisel Reactor Saves Jobs and the Environment

 - Apr 19, 2009
References: bostonherald
SarTec Corp of Minneapolis, Minnesota has perfected the production of diesel fuel from pond scum.  The 3-year project produces 1,000 barrels of diesel fuel per week from restaurant waste, damaged crops and algae utilizing mobile technology.

StarTec is positioned to be a vital source of alternative fuel. Their innovative approach has the potential to secure necessary alternative fuels and reduce toxic emissions.

Clayton McNeff, owner of StarTec Corp also plans to open a "two-reactor" pilot plant which can produce up to 4 million gallons of biodiesel per year, significantly reducing the carbon footprint and employing hundreds of workers.