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. Pacific Natural Energy Creates a Step Up for the Little Guy: The BioBox Mini

A complete biodiesel production facility neatly housed in a single 20-foot cargo container
by Staff Writers
Los Angeles CA (SPX) May 14, 2008
While biodiesel technology is gaining popularity with oil conglomerates and national restaurant chains, many smaller companies still find mid-scale biodiesel production out of their reach. For those who are serious about entering the industry, but don't have the serious capital investment usually required, now there is another option.

Pacific Natural Energy has spearheaded a mid-scale biodiesel production era. Now, PNE introduces the BioBox Mini, a complete biodiesel production facility neatly housed in a single 20-foot cargo container. With minimal cost and equipment, entry-level customers have the ability to lead the masses towards biodiesel independence.

The BioBox Mini can process up to 400,000 gallons per year of ASTM-quality biodiesel and costs less than $250,000. That translates to a ROI of approximately six months, including a production build-up period.

And customers of PNE get the full-service treatment, according to Eric McLeod, PNE's founder and CEO. "We give them training, and have a PNE representative actually run the facility for the first few weeks," he said. "No one gets left to fend for themselves. We want biodiesel to succeed, and that means every customer must succeed."

The BioBox Mini includes all the required equipment to start your own complete commercial biodiesel production business:

- PNE 25 SS "Mini" - Turnkey Biodiesel Processor

- 2,750-gallon total capacity WVO filtration/dewatering/storage system

- 400-gallon WVO vaccuum suction tank

- One hundred 55-gallon WVO collection lids

All this results in a minimum of 400 gallons of earth-friendly biodiesel per 8-hour batch. No more excuses! Now even the most conservative businessperson can afford to get into the renewable-energy industry.

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