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Ben Franklin Technology Partners invests $50,000 in Bio-Energy Holdings

| January 16, 2013

In Pennsylvania, the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeaster Pennsylvania’s Board of Directors has approved the investment of $354,876 in support of regional economic development. Among the awards was $50,000 invested in Bio-Energy Holdings to continue commercializing the patented A-Ceptor, a unit that separates oils and grease from “gray” restaurant sink effluent before it goes into underground traps or wastewater treatment systems. The end-product from the A-Ceptor is recycled for bio-diesel energy production. The BFTP is an inititiative of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development and is funded by the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority.

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