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New Greenline Tea FASTRACK Solves Cold-Flow Issues
Date:2/3/2009

Proprietary blend of materials and equipment produces high-performing cold weather biodiesel

SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 3 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenline Industries, the world's largest producer of small-to-medium scale biodiesel production equipment and a leading provider of clean-tech energy platforms, announces the release of "Greenline Tea FASTRACK", a cold-flow solution that combines a proprietary blend of materials with a new equipment and process to deliver a superior biodiesel product. The patent-pending solution eliminates cold-flow issues, so the resulting biodiesel passes the new mandatory ASTM cold soak test and always performs in cold weather.

"We are excited to be able to provide all biodiesel producers, regardless of equipment brand, a much needed cold-flow solution that is ready now, when the industry needs it," said Donn Tice, CEO of Greenline Industries. "The Greenline Tea FASTRACK system is simple, modular, 'plug-and-play' and extremely cost-effective, with a terrific return on investment. It will enable the world-wide biodiesel industry to once and for all solve one of the major production problems, which has been an obstacle to consistently perfect year-round biodiesel performance and broad-scale adoption."

The Greenline Tea FASTRACK process ensures that biodiesel produced from a vast array of feedstocks will pass the ASTM cold-soak test. B100 (100 percent biodiesel) passed through the Greenline Tea process will remove sterol glucosides, monoglycerides, sulfur and phosphorus with minimal impact on product yield.

"We want to remove any technical barriers to biodiesel adoption; our vision is to make biodiesel accessible anywhere in the world. All of our technologies and processes have been developed to that end," said Jacques Sinoncelli, Co-Founder of Greenline Industries. "With Greenline Tea FASTRACK, we help eliminate concerns that biodiesel
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