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Home  >  Publications  >   The Sidestreams of Biodiesel Production (Summary)

The Sidestreams of Biodiesel Production



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Introduction

This workshop curriculum was prepared by Piedmont Biofuels for the National Center for Appropriate Technology, with funding and cooperation from the USDA Risk Management Agency. The curriculum explains composting, biodigestion, combustion, and other options for dealing with glycerine, wash water, excess methanol, and other sidestreams of small-scale biodiesel production.

Table of Contents

What Side streams
Glycerin
     Glycerin Soap
     Glycerol and Animal Feed
Vermiculture Composting
     Plant Vermiculture Composting
     Co-op Vermiculture Composting
Aerobic Decomposition (Composting)
     Aerobic Decomposition Small Scale Composting
     Medium Scale Composting Burlington Biodiesel Co-op
     Large scale/Industrial Composting
Biodigesters - Anaerobic Decomposition
Burning Glycerin
AUGI Research on Glycerin Combustion
AG Solutions Boiler
Wash Water
     Wash Water Constructed Wetlands
Excess Methanol
Methanol Recovery
Absorbents (e.g. Amberlite and Magnesol)
Magnesol
Bad Batches / Glop /WVO Sludge
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