Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance certifies SeQuential

March 16, 2017 |

In Oregon, the Sustainable Biodiesel Alliance has announced the certification of SeQuential, the longest-running commercial biodiesel producer on the west coast, for its innovative and nearly zero-waste production of renewable fuel.

All of the fuel SeQuential produces is made from used cooking oil recycled from restaurants and businesses within a roughly 500-mile radius of its Salem, Oregon, plant. Additionally, the company fuels its collection and delivery vehicles with high blends of its own biodiesel and offsets its energy consumption by using solar panels and setting regular energy conservation targets.

This audit of SeQuential biodiesel production, the second of its kind, has given the SBA Certification Committee some valuable insight to the success of the audit procedure. The Committee is dedicated to an ongoing analysis of sustainable practices in biodiesel production, distribution and use of biodiesel and is looking forward to a procedural review this year.

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