• Established 2004.

  • Located quay side, New Ross, Co. Wexford.

  • Facility produces 30,000 tonnes biodiesel per annum meeting EU Biodiesel Quality Standard (EN 14214/2010)

  • Second generation biodiesel manufactured from biodegradeable wastes with no food V’s Fuel concerns.

  • Capital expended: €23m.

  • High quality biodiesel supplied to Irish consumers via major indigenous oil distributors

  • Renewable fuel produced by a chemical reaction (trans-esterification) using animal oils, waste cooking oils and alcohol in the presence of a catalyst. Fertiliser and glycerine are produced as by products

  • Biodiesel can be manufactured from a large number of different feedstocks.

  • Biodiesel is as efficient as fossil diesel in powering unmodified diesel engines.

  • There are no process wastes, catalyst is recovered as a fertiliser. Water and methanol used in the process are recovered and recycled.