UConn professors trialing brown grease to biodiesel technology

November 28, 2013 |

In Connecticut, technology developed by an assistant professor at the University of Connecticut is being installed at the Water Pollution Control Facility in Torrington to turn fats, oils and greases into biodiesel. The facility collected over a million gallons of brown grease last year, meaning that if the pilot is successful, it could be replicated in wastewater treatment facilities everywhere. The professor and two colleagues founded RPM Sustainable Technologies to market the process.

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