Cielo production runs far higher than originally planned at Aldersyde facility

October 15, 2020 |

In Canada, Cielo says its initial goal was to start the Aldersyde facility slowly after the latest improvements, with expectations between 200 to 500 liters per hour, the Facility produced 800 liters per hour of distillate. After approximately four hours of continuous operation, Cielo scaled back production to allow its engineers the opportunity to analyze any maintenance or functional concerns at that level. Cielo plans to be back up to 800 liters per hour of continuous flow as early as next week following minor tweaks by the engineers and 1,000 liters per hour shortly thereafter. Additional updates on the production volumes will be discussed in the live webinar on October 22 at 11 am ET (webinar details provided below). With the Facility producing continuously, to management’s knowledge, Cielo is now the first company to convert multiple waste streams (garbage) into renewable diesel, naphtha and kerosene (jet & marine fuels).

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