Tag: TransBiodiesel

TransBiodiesel develops immobilized enzymes to produce biodiesel from low quality feedstock

TransBiodiesel develops immobilized enzymes to produce biodiesel from low quality feedstock

January 1, 2015 |

In Israel, TransBiodiesel has teamed with Korean company M-Energy to develop a biodiesel production process using immobilized enzymes using a wide range of feedstock from brown grease to palm oil with FFA content of up to 100%. The biocatalyst, which can produce up to 4,000 gallons of biodiesel per ton, needs to only be replaced […]

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TransBiodiesel enzymes unlock value in fast-food waste

TransBiodiesel enzymes unlock value in fast-food waste

January 5, 2012 |

In Israel, two Israeli scientists, Dr. Sobhi Basheer and Dr. Ahmed Tafesh of TransBiodiesel, have developed a new process by which any oil, including leftovers of fast food joints, or “falafel stands,” can be turned into biodiesel, without requiring much energy in the process. The scientists developed a biological enzyme that allows the transformation of […]

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