Fish Fat Feedstock
Targray is an ISCC-certified marketer of fish fat supply solutions for biofuels manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe and Asia. We operate in markets around the world, with a large origination and destination network backed by an experienced team of supply chain specialists.
- International sourcing network of ISCC-certified waste oil suppliers
- Direct access to biodiesel manufacturers and suppliers in North America and Europe
- Wholesale feedstock procurement programs with flexible pricing options
- Considerable expertise surrounding compliance and supply chain sustainability
- Real-time pricing and product availability information for customers
- Turnkey logistics services managed entirely in-house
- Feedstock sales offices in Switzerland, the United States, Canada, Brazil, Turkey and Dubai
Fish Fat as a Biodiesel Feedstock
Fish fat is an emerging feedstock for biodiesel production that has shown great promise in terms of both sustainability and economic viability. Derived from the waste products of fish processing, fish fat is a renewable and sustainable source of energy that can help reduce the carbon footprint of transportation.
Fish fat is a waste product that is produced during the processing of fish for human consumption. Fish fat is a rich source of fatty acids, which can be converted into biodiesel using a variety of processes, such as acid esterification or transesterification. The fatty acid profile of fish fat is different from other feedstocks, which presents advantages in terms of fuel properties such as cold flow, viscosity, and oxidative stability.
One of the main advantages of using fish fat as a feedstock for biodiesel production is its abundance. The global fishing industry generates significant amounts of waste products, including fish fat, that can be used as feedstock for biodiesel. By utilizing this waste product, biodiesel producers can reduce their reliance on traditional feedstocks and promote sustainability in the fishing industry.