CORONA, CA – Alt-fuel and recycling company BookMerge Technology said its subsidiary Extreme Biodiesel has been selected to produce biodiesel for two major supermarkets.
The preliminary agreements call for Extreme Biodiesel to collect and deliver the supermarkets' waste vegetable oil to Extreme's Corona facility for a delivery collection charge. Extreme will be paid to toll process the oil into biodiesel and then deliver the resulting fuel so the supermarkets can use it to power their truck fleet and generator refrigeration units.
BookMerge Technology didn’t name the supermarkets. But company CEO Rick Carter acknowledged that the supermarket industry as a whole is showing greater interest in the use of renewable fuels.
"The large chain supermarkets are starting to understand the numerous benefits of using biodiesel by eliminating harmful emissions, reducing fuel costs, increasing longevity of the diesel engine life as well as converting the prior cost of disposing waste oil into a viable asset,” Carter said. “We will continue to educate the supermarket industry and are happy to be their partners in toll processing their oil into clean biodiesel."
Extreme Biodiesel also markets products to companies that want to produce their own biodiesel for fleet use. For information about these products, click here.