ABS to build UK’s biggest biodiesel plant in Bristol

ABS Biodiesel is to build the UK’s biggest biodisel plant in Bristol, according to Biofuels International. The plant will have capacity for 225 00 tonne/year, can be expanded to 500,000 tonne/year, is well placed for crops and for nearby refineries, according to the report. The report adds that there were 190,000 tonnes of biodiesel consumed in the UK, presumably in 2006.

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3 Responses to ABS to build UK’s biggest biodiesel plant in Bristol

  1. Paul Taylor 25 April, 2008 at 6:37 pm #

    May I ask if the raw materials being used for the production of Biofuels, comes from a Co-Operative of Farmers?

    Secondly, which power-source is being used throughout the Plant, producing the fuel?

    I am a private individual and have no connection at all with either the motor industry nor the fuel industry sector.

  2. wale aluko 2 September, 2008 at 12:34 pm #

    hi i’m a student @ the university of Aberdeen writing my dissertation on review of risk assessment in biodiesel production plants,
    i’ve had a lot of difficulty getting resources please i would really appreciate any suggestions at this point. on the risk assessment done by biodiesel plants
    thank you

  3. Simon Robinson 2 September, 2008 at 1:04 pm #

    Can any one help?

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