Machine converting brown grease to bio-fuel nears installation in Torrington

Dec 2nd, 2013 | By | Category: Business

Richard Parnas is an associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of Connecticut in Storrs who has developed a process that turns FOG, which are fats, oils and greases, into usable biodiesel. He is one of the founding members of RPM Sustainable Technologies, a chemical engineering start-up based in Tolland. The company was also founded by founded Rich Madrak and Fred Robson.

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