This post has come up due to a recent interest in Bio-fuels and interest in clean energy as well. In line with the Millenium Development Goals, countries are beginning to invest heavily in recycled energy sources as an alternative to the more common fossil fuels. One such project is one by Pure Fuels EA, a local Kenyan company with an investment in Bio-Diesel production. This company got their concept from a University in Milan, improved on the design and set out to market. Pure Fuels EA has managed to recycle ordinary vegetable fat into bio-diesel that can be used to power any diesel engine. In an exclusive interview, the company’s CEO, Daniel Mugenga, outlined that according to a 2009 report by the Global Agricultural Information Network, Kenya consumes approximately 700 Million liters of vegetable oil per year. Think of all the fast food joint and restaurants in the country. They all use veg. fat to process their foods. Now think: Where does all this waste fat go to? Your answer: Most people throw it away. Well, not any more. Read more »
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