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Brian Coker, Sanimax, presented information on the future of Biodiesel in Wisconsin for our Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase.

Brian Coker, Sanimax, presented information on the future of Biodiesel in Wisconsin for our Future of Alternative Fuels in WI Showcase.

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  • 1. Biodiesel in Wisconsin
  • 2. Who Is Sanimax? We reclaim or collect leftover products from agricultural and food companies We renew or transform these leftovers, cleaning them up at our processing plants into high quality materials We return these useful products to customers as raw materials that use them to create a variety of products including pet food, soap, and biodiesel
  • 3. Sanimax Biodiesel Facility complete in 2007 Nameplate 20 MMGPY Nova BioSource Technology Capabilities Multi-feedstock capability Distilled Biodiesel – Highest Quality in Industry Net Production Displaced over a half million tons of CO2 since inception
  • 4. Why Biodiesel? Environmental Benefits 10% of the Carbon Intensity of Diesel Fuel No Particulate Emissions Much lower Carbon Monoxide Emissions Economic Benefits Domestic and Renewable Locally produced and consumed Provides valuable market – enhances value of waste streams for restaurants, food processors, ethanol
  • 5. Current Biodiesel Challenges Federal Regulations Delays in volume obligations through RFS Tax Credit expiration State Regulations Loss of Producer’s Tax Credit No producer biodiesel incentives in place; WI at a competitive disadvantage! Industry Developments “Green Diesel” New Feedstocks New Technologies
  • 6. Questions?

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