Missouri Biodiesel Maker Hits Quality Standard

John Davis

Mid-America Biofuels of Mexico, Missouri has become the first biodiesel maker in the state to achieve an important quality standard. The company’s biodiesel has met the standards of the BQ-9000 voluntary fuel quality assurance program. The program is overseen by the National Biodiesel Accreditation Commission (NBAC) and has been adopted by the National Biodiesel Board and the Canadian Renewable Fuels Association.

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“Mid-America Biofuels is committed to producing quality biodiesel, and we are pleased to become an accredited BQ-9000 Biodiesel Producer under the National Biodiesel Accreditation Program,” said Cliff Smith, general manager, Mid-America Biofuels. “This accreditation is the next step in ensuring that our customers receive the highest quality biodiesel available.”

Twenty biodiesel production facilities have been accredited as producers under the program, and nine are Certified Marketers of biodiesel.