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any fat obtained from animals

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GS CleanTech's corn oil extraction and animal fat recycling technologies essentially extract the fat contained in these by-products and waste streams and convert it into a high grade raw material that can then be refined into biodiesel on close to a 1:1 volumetric basis.
GS CleanTech's pricing model for its DAF oil extraction technology is based on GS CleanTech's provision of turn-key systems for no up-front cost in return for long-term agreements to purchase the extracted animal fat.
GS CleanTech's pricing model for its animal fat recycling and conversion technologies is based on GS CleanTech's provision of turn-key systems for no up-front cost in return for long-term agreements to purchase the converted animal fat based on a fixed discount to prevailing fuel prices.
We therefore investigated geographic variations in the use of animal byproducts in feed factories (MBM for monogastric species, animal fat and animal DCP for cattle) and explored their spatial link with risk for BSE in the market areas of the factories.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Recognizing that busy consumers/shoppers may be stumped about how to finish off the menu for that upcoming holiday feast, Coast Packing Company, a leading supplier of animal fat shortenings throughout the Western U.
The processing of these animal fat byproducts required a new processing line to be built, and therefore Virgilio approached a well-known engineering house to provide a processing solution.
Editor's Note: When death from any cause was examined, those whose animal fat intake was highest had a 19% greater risk of dying over follow-up in comparison with the lowest group, and those whose vegetable fat intake was highest had a 35% lower risk.
According to a statement issued by the Chinese Ministry of Public Security, the new type was made from dumped animal fat and then reprocessed into edible oil, Xinhua reports.
Women who consumed a diet high in animal fat and cholesterol before pregnancy were at higher risk for gestational diabetes than women whose diets were lower in animal fat and cholesterol, according to researchers at the National Institutes of Health and Harvard University.
Milk was caught up in the rule because it contains animal fat, which under the Clean Water Act is considered a nonpetroleum oil.
The high consumption of salt and animal fat does nottranslate into high blood pressure, at least among Tibetan nomads studied last summer by anthropologist Cynthia M.
In simple terms, biodiesel is the product you get when a vegetable oil or animal fat chemically reacts with an alcohol to produce a new compound that is known as a fatty acid alkyl ester.
Leading Supplier of Animal Fat Shortenings Offers Ideas for Holiday Baking -- And a Classic from Julia Child/Bon Appetit
Trans fats are out, and minimally processed animal fats -- in the form of lard, derived from pork, and beef tallow -- are decidedly making a comeback," said Eric Gustafson, CEO of Coast Packing Company, the number one supplier of animal fat shortenings in the Western United States.