Alden Group Renewable Energy provides sustainable solutions for bio wastes with a focused approach on waste to energy opportunities and a circular economy. Reducing client costs, ensuring business continuity, eliminating waste, and providing a sustainable feedstock to the rapidly growing biofuel industry are Alden’s core objectives. Alden provides customized environmental solutions for commercial food preparation companies, grease trap disposal, and municipal wastewater treatment plants by recovering the fats, oils, and greases (“brown grease”) disposed in wastewater.
Jefferson Enterprise is accelerating the commercialization of EV battery recycling at the GMR-Freeport site with the launch of Aleon. The Aleon business model focuses on the recovery of valuable metals from spent EV batteries collected by satellite facilities strategically located near metropolitan areas throughout the United States. As the domestic demand for battery metals continues to grow, Aleon is well-positioned to deliver high value metals commodities to market with future-ready technology capable of adapting to the nation’s transition toward an eco-friendly, sustainable economy.
Bluegrass Biofuels manufactures biodiesel from low carbon feedstocks such as distillers corn oil, used cooking oils, and waste greases. The 9-million gallon/year transesterification plant in Falmouth, Kentucky features state-of-the-art feedstock pretreatment, methanol recovery, and glycerin purification circuits capable of producing biodiesel meeting ASTM quality specifications and USP grade glycerin.
Gladieux Metals Recycling is the world’s largest recycler of spent hydroprocessing catalyst, an inevitable byproduct generated by oil refineries in the manufacture of distillate fuels. The Freeport, Texas facility uses a hybrid combination of pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical processes to manufacture metal commodities such as vanadium pentoxide, molybdenum trioxide, and a nickel-cobalt alloy.
Since acquiring the former Aspen power plant last year, Jefferson Renewable Fiber has upgraded the Lufkin, Texas site to become the energy anchor for state-of-the-art green infrastructure designed to manufacture high quality bleached pulp fiber and compostable molded fiber products from agricultural residuals and waste biomass. Jefferson Enterprise is currently fast-tracking the commercial development of molded fiber production at the site through a technology and marketing partnership with Zume.