News / Talleres Azuara is involved in building a macro biodiesel plant in Brazil
The plant of biodiesel will produce 690,000 tons of bio-combustible and will have a desalination plant, a riles plant and electric generation plant based on biomass.
Talleres Azuara works with Brazil's Mater LNG SA de Brasil to build a refinery of COP in the town of Araquari, in the state of Santa Fe.
The refinery will be ready to produce 690,000 tons of bio-combustible (b100). The resulting product may be used neat or blended with diesel in proportions of 5%, 10%, 20%, or 50%.
In the refinery we will also produce the following products:
- Distilled Glycerin: 80,960 tons / month
- Stearin: 220,000 tons / month
- Calcium Soap: 71,424 tons / month
- Sodium Phosphate: 4,800 tons / month
- Potassium Phosphate: 3,000 tons / month
- Biomass: 15,000 tons / month
The plant will also rely on complementarian infrastructure, with which it will be able to reduce water consumption and the media-environmental impact that plant may cause. In this sense, the construction also includes the construction and commissioning of a desalination plant, a riles plant and an electric generation plant based on biomass.
Last May 28th, in Barcelona, Talleres Azuara participated, along with various Spanish companies that also took place in the construction of the biomass plant, at the meeting for the launch of the project.