Biodiesel and Renewable Diesel Industry Sees Growth with New Members

Jefferson City, MOThe biodiesel and renewable diesel industry is growing stronger with more organizations joining the National Biodiesel Board’s membership.

The final months of 2019 and the first half of 2020 have brought the addition of seven organizations who are making an impact in the biodiesel and renewable diesel marketplace. These new producers and organizations join the extensive and diverse companies that make up NBB.

“I’m very excited to welcome each of these groups to our membership,” said NBB COO Doug Whitehead. “The growth of our membership continues to reflect the direction of our industry. I’m sure that our members will benefit from these new partnerships, and we look forward to working closely together to show that biodiesel and renewable diesel are better, cleaner, and available now.”

NBB’s newest members include:

  • Tina Biofuels LLC - A Missouri based biodiesel producer focused on providing fuel solutions to companies seeking cleaner, renewable, and sustainable energy.
  • Visionary Fiber Technologies - A global leader in Fiber Reactor separation technology, enhancing and improving manufacturing environments, all while increasing yields for their customers from their Texas headquarters.
  • Bayer Crop Science - An organization from Missouri who has worked to advance health and nutrition through agriculture for more than 150 years.
  • Crystaphase Products, Inc. - A Texas based company providing longer reactor cycles, higher catalyst load capacity, greater throughput, and more to hundreds of refining, petrochemical, and chemical plants worldwide.
  • Renew Kansas Biofuels Association - A not-for-profit trade association representing and supporting the biofuels industry in Kansas.
  • Roadrunner Bio, Inc. - A biodiesel producer from California committed to helping their community become a healthier place to live with cleaner burning alternative fuels.
  • Ayas Renewables, Inc. - An Alabama based organization who uses green chemistry to increase the value of glycerin, a biodiesel byproduct.

NBB is organized exclusively to promote and advance the interests of those seeking to advance the biodiesel and renewable diesel industry. NBB's members enjoy a unified voice acting on their behalf, as well as a collection of partners, customers, and more from within the membership.

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