The company’s technology entails converting used cooking oil into biodiesel.
“Our technology is disruptive in that it empowers outlets to recycle used cooking oil on site into biodiesel, which they can use in diesel-powered equipment or vehicles. BDF competes with used cooking oil collectors, large-scale biofuel refineries and diesel supply pricing,” states BDF sales director Shaun Dalrymple.
The programme will also focus on the company’s developed B-Tech 40 ℓ processor and chemical mix, which converts 40 ℓ of used cooking oil into biofuel in less than eight hours.
“The B-Tech 40 technology has a proven record and continuous improvement has been applied for early prototypes. The short-term priority is to roll out this technology to the food service and retail industry with our existing trading partners,” notes Dalrymple.
Medium- to large-scale used cooking oil food producers form the majority of BDF’s core clients, hence the company has focused deployment of this technology at whole companies, as opposed to focusing on individual outlets within large companies. Dalrymple highlights that this is done to ensure that the technology is used across organisations and on a national level.