Construction of a 30 million-gallon-per-year biodiesel plant was completed earlier this year.
Located next to Seaboard Foods' pork processing plant in Guymon, Oklahoma, the plant is able to make 1 gallon of biodiesel per each pound of waste animal fat.
The High Plains Bioenergy should be at full capacity later this month.
This video explains more about the plant, the biodiesel process and the economic value that this new facility brings to Oklahoma.
Click HERE to go to the video directly.
Source: High Plains Bioenergy
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