Canadian biodiesel maker Targray has achieved a key market certification. This company news release says its biodiesel gained BQ-9000 Marketer Certification through the National Biodiesel Accreditation Commission (NBAC).
“We’re always actively seeking to be a steward for responsibility within the biodiesel industry,” said Andrew Richardson, President of Targray. “Being able to achieve this quality standard is something we are proud of and we’re certain that it will project a message of responsibility to our clients. Targray biodiesel clients can be sure that the fuel they are buying is of the highest quality, has been thoroughly tested, and that our organization is being regularly audited to assure quality throughout each link of our supply chain. At Targray we take quality and compliance seriously.”
Targray’s BQ-9000 Marketer Certification applies to its entire inventory and will span every gallon of biodiesel sold by the company. Targray markets to both United States and Canadian fuel industries.
The accreditation represents a combination of the ASTM standard for biodiesel, ASTM D6751 and a quality systems program that includes storage, sampling, testing, blending, shipping, distribution and fuel management practices.